Weather

Infographic: Got Lightning? Get Grounded

Infographic: Hurricane Deductibles

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Hurricanes Harvey and Irma: Insurance FAQs

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma, policyholders may have questions about how insurance works following a natural disaster. Here are some answers to many of these common questions.

Health safety following a flood

Cleaning up after a flood can pose health risks. You and your family should wait to re-enter your home until professionals tell you it is safe, with no structural, electrical or other hazards.

Before you start cleanup activities, contact your insurance company and take pictures of the home and your belongings. Remember, drying your home and removing water-damaged items is your most important step for preventing mold damage.

 

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Infographic: How to file a flood insurance claim

Experiencing a flood is never pleasant. However, there are things that you can do to make the claims process run more smoothly and efficiently.

What is El Niño and why is it important?

El Niño is a phenomenon that has effect on climate patterns, often triggering or intensifying extreme weather all over the world. Understand how these extremes—such as hurricanes or droughts conditions—can affect you as a home or business owner.

Infographic: Is your business ready for peak hurricane season?

Crucial steps businesses can take to protect both their facilities and finances in the event of a natural disaster.

 

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Infographic: This hurricane season, lock in peace of mind

 

Hurricane season insurance guide

Hurricane season takes place June 1 – November 30 every year. Don’t wait until after you have a loss to check your insurance—review your homeowners or renters policies to make you have the right coverage in the event you're hit with a destructive storm.

Does my business need flood insurance?

Natural disasters can be devastating to businesses. While damage caused by some types of natural events—such as lightning or wind—will usually be covered by commercial property insurance, you need a special policy if you want protection from flood damage. This Q&A will help you understand this type of coverage and determine if your business needs it.

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