Insurance companies use drones and high-altitude balloons to spy on homes and deny coverage: report

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In a trend alarming to many, insurance companies are utilizing drones and high-altitude balloons to scrutinize homes in California, setting a precedent that could spread nationwide. Homeowner CJ Sven was shocked when his long-standing insurance policy was terminated without prior claims, based on aerial images indicating minor yard clutter. This method, criticized for lacking transparency and denying homeowners a chance to address alleged issues, is seen as an effort by insurers to dodge the financially unattractive California market, plagued by overregulation and heightened wildfire risks. Critics argue this is part of broader strategies to sidestep states with stringent laws and potential liabilities, despite the companies’ significant profits. This episode shines a light on the invasive measures insurance firms are willing to deploy, challenging the balance between risk management and privacy rights.

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00:00 – Insurance surveillance expansion
02:04 – Clutter deemed non-hazardous
04:22 – California’s insurance dilemma
05:57 – Aerial images deny coverage
07:16 – Nationwide home surveillance
09:09 – Excuses for coverage denial
10:58 – Insurance premiums soar
12:06 – Trampoline policy cancellations
13:51 – Moss leads to denial
15:27 – 60 days correction window
17:14 – Fire risk influences policies

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