It’s the West Coast! We live in earthquake country!
EQ Insurance Services can help you protect your largest asset, your home, from damage due to an earthquake. Your homeowners’ policy does not cover earthquake damage to your home. Yet it is easy to protect your home with additional earthquake coverage.
We feature products from several companies with varying deductibles (as low as 2%) and convenient payment options, so you can choose the right protection for you and your home. The earthquake insurance products we offer are A rated by the A.M. Best Company and are admitted and backed by the California Guarantee Association.
In addition to residential earthquake insurance, we also offer a market for personal lines insurance needs while specializing in high value homes and high fire lane scores. Own a business? We also offer a Commercial Earthquake Market.
Call us at (925) 945–8800 or click the button below to get started!
EQ Insurance Services was started by Myron Carlson who has over 45 years of experience in the insurance industry. He began his career with Farmers Insurance Group and retired as a District Manager in 1998. EQ Insurance Services began when Farmers wanted to get out of the earthquake business in California. This led Myron to find USF&G, which later became GeoVera Insurance Company, a company that would write earthquake insurance and support the agents in his district. When Myron retired in 1998, GeoVera asked Myron to become a Managing General Agent (MGA) for them with the idea that he would continue to provide an earthquake market for the Farmers Agents. EQ Insurance Services now partners with 7 insurance providers and services over 1,000 agents in California and Washington for their client’s earthquake needs.
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1399 Ygnacio Valley Road, Suite 2
Walnut Creek, CA 94598
6790 Embarcadero Lane #100
Carlsbad, CA 92011
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