Marshall Fire Resources for Colorado
Questions about your insurance policy? We’re here to help!
Understanding an insurance policy is a hard task any time – much less when you’re trying to recover from a catastrophe. As a public service to Marshall Fire Survivors, most RMAPIA members offer to review your insurance policy and answer questions about your coverage.
No charge – and no pressure to sign up for services.
Colorado State Division of Insurance – Marshall Fire Response
In the aftermath of the fires in Boulder County, people need information about insurance – how to contact their company/agent, how to file claims, how the processes will work. The Division of Insurance is here to answer people’s insurance questions and help to get them on the road to recovery.
2021 Marshall Wildfire – Insurance and Recovery Help
The Marshall Fire has affected many Boulder County residents, leading Governor Polis to declare a state of emergency. For the most current information from Boulder County on restrictions, evacuations, and other emergency messages, click here.
Boulder County Marshall Fire Disaster Assistance Center
Boulder County community members impacted by the Marshall Fire can visit the Disaster Assistance Center to access a range of services including property loss and filing claims for assistance, financial and food assistance, mental health supports, transportation, and more.
Rocky Mountain State Departments of Insurance
Arizona Department of Insurance
Colorado Division of Insurance
Idaho Department of Insurance
Montana Insurance Department
New Mexico Superintendent of Insurance
Utah Insurance Department
Wyoming Insurance Departments
National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Online Fraud Reporting System
Insurance Information Institute (III) promotes public understanding of insurance-what it does and how it works
United Policyholders (UP)
NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
How to Prepare for Emergencies (American Red Cross)