Hurrican Isaias Coming
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Hurricane Isaias Strengthens. Are You Prepared?

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Why Hurricane Insurance Coverage Is Important

Hurricane Isaias is now a Category 1 and continues to strengthen over the Bahamas. With the way 2020 has gone thus far… If you haven’t started your storm season preparations, now is the time.

Not only is it important to ensure your generators are functioning properly and that your shutters are accounted for, but it is crucial that you have sufficient insurance coverage, and your policies are up to date.

We all remember the catastrophic events of Andrew(1992), Katrina(2005), Ike(2008), Sandy(2012), Matthew(2016), Harvey(2017), Irma (2017), and Dorian(2019). With the risk of flooding, wind damage, and lightning strikes, you want to ensure your property is protected.

Don’t wait until the next big storm is on the way. If you wait until you’re in the storm’s path, it may be too late. Did you know, insurance companies can issue a *Moratorium on new business and endorsements to your policy? Meaning you may not be able to adjust your policy last minute. The carrier is covered, however, you missed the boat.

If you have questions about your unique situation, whether it be your home, car, business, or boat, there are resources available to ensure you and your property are insured should a disaster hit.

Fill out the form below to contact an independent agent who can dissect your plan and maybe even save you money. If you have any specific questions about your current hurricane coverage, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

*Moratorium – a temporary prohibition of an activity or a legal authorization to debtors to postpone payment

Start Your Free Review Process:

After completing this initial information form, one of our team members will contact you to help you save money!

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