This morning, a 5.7 magnitude earthquake hit about 10 miles west of Salt Lake City, near the city of Magna. This is the state's most powerful earthquake since 1992. Damage has caused power outages for about 55,000 people, gas leaks, damage to multiple buildings, operations to stop at Salt Lake City International Airport and a chemical spill at Kennecott. According to officials, the earthquake also halted work at the state's public health lab as the building is assessed for damage amid the coronavirus pandemic.
According to the USGS, several aftershocks have been recorded within 20 minutes of the main earthquake, and more may be likely. Sedgwick would like to ensure that our clients know we are here to help. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact our property team listed below.
Source: USGS interactive map; click here to view
John Gragson, Senior Vice President – Catastrophe 469.986.7064 | email@example.com
Barry Lorenz, Senior Vice President, Regional 602.330.2883 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Gail Oliver, Senior Vice President – Sales and Marketing 302.521.4985 | email@example.com
To report claims, contact our CAT Intake Center for immediate set up and assignment. 800.479.9188 | firstname.lastname@example.org
In addition to our adjusting services, we offer building consulting, contents solutions and forensic advisory services — as well as engineering — to assist you and your insureds. We have a principal structural engineer based in Utah and eight Utah registered engineers en route to Salt Lake City. For more information, contact Juan Carlos Araiza, Principal Engineer and Vice President, Large/Complex Loss, at 512.239.9238 or email@example.com. To submit a claim, go to AssignAProject@efiglobal.com.