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There is no question Texas has been hit hard by hurricane Harvey and our thoughts are with all those who have suffered a loss.  Now is the time to think about how you will respond to the next big storm or disaster. Remember, some disasters are not covered under a standard homeowners insurance policy. Part of your planning needs to be a review of your personal insurance policy.

Flood Insurance

Flood damage is excluded under all homeowner’s policies. We can obtain coverage for you through the National Flood Insurance Program

Disaster Preparation Tips

Create a personal backpack for each family member

Develop an evacuation route in advance

Have a pre-determined meeting place if separated from family

Think about what your pet’s needs may be

Would you need to build a shelter? Having plastic sheeting might help

A basic emergency kit should include the following:

Three-day supply of food and water

Medications

Sanitation and personal hygiene items

Flashlight

Whistle

Battery

Basic tools

Solar power source for smart phone

Dust masks for every family member

First aid kit

Flood Property Loss Claim Form

 
Request Declaration and Coverages Page for Existing Flood Insurance Coverage

 

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