After you and your family are safe, you'll need to contact your insurer following a disaster. Here's what you need to know about: how to file a claim; how the claim process works; what's covered and what's not. What you need to know in case of a flood
The Triple-I Resilience Accelerator provides tools for homeowners to understand the risks where they live, and how to mitigate damage. See peril maps for flood by county, hurricane tracking and updates, and the HazardHub Homeowner Risk Profiler allows homeowners to generate a customized report on a home's vulnerability to hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and earthquakes.
Building codes are critical to disaster mitigation, as well as to enabling families, communities, and businesses to bounce back from natural and man-made catastrophes. IBHS' “Rating the States” report evaluates the 18 states along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, based on building code adoption, enforcement and contractor licensing. Flood: Beyond Risk Transfer
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