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Thursday, July 25, 2019Human-caused disasters and natural disasters occur in every state. The Mid-West has flood, snow, and wind. California has earthquakes and wildfires, Colorado has flooding and wildfires, the Northeast has winter storms and high winds, Florida has flooding and hurricanes, and the south has flooding and tornado's. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, December 26, 2018Is It Time To Review Your Flood Exposure? A Flood Insurance Update In a recent study by the Federal Government, over 45 million American homes are at risk from flooding waters. This does not include those in coastal waters. It may be time for you to consider flood insurance. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, October 9, 2018Why Purchase Flood Insurance? Guidelines for Purchasing Flood Insurance Most parts of the region are subject to flooding. Flooding causes over 10 billion dollars of damage each year. Your homeowners, condominium, or renter’s insurance will not cover flooding losses. READ MORE >>
Thursday, April 19, 2018A Flood Insurance Update We have just been through record flooding, and unfortunately, many people were caught without flood insurance. Now that the weather has settled down a bit, we thought it would be a good idea to encourage everyone to consider flood insurance. A great resource for you is Floodsmart. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, June 24, 2015Can You Live Without Disaster Insurance? Human caused disasters and natural disasters occur in every state. California has earthquakes and wild fires, The Midwest has flooding and tornados, the Northeast has winter storms and high winds, Florida has flooding and hurricanes, and the Midwest has flooding and tornados. READ MORE >>
Thursday, May 22, 2014Many homeowners decide to go without flood insurance. Some people figure the odds are low that anything will happen, while other people think that a flood is covered under their current policy. Let us correct you; unless you have added flood insurance coverage, it is excluded. READ MORE >>