One year after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy on the east coast, many of us are still considering how much our insurance policies will protect our assets in the case of the next natural disaster.
For homeowners, insurance is a requirement at time of purchase, but does not usually cover flooding. A landlord’s insurance policy may partially a renter in cases of injury or property damage, but without holding personal renters’ insurance policies, most renters would be out of luck post-superstorm.
Here at assistance that may supplement what your existing insurance does not cover. Watch the video below for an explanation of how FEMA’s assistance works, and for practical suggestions on preparing for a flood.
Also, FEMA has launched iPhone and Android apps that can help you plan for and manage the effects of a natural disaster.
When skies are sunny and winds are calm, it’s hard to believe how unexpected severe weather can impact your home or region. If you do not yet have adequate insurance in place, think about reviewing your policies. After all, it always pays to be proactive.
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