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Filing a Flood Claim: What to Expect

Experiencing major damage to your beloved home after a flood can be devastating. Sadly, it doesn’t take very much water to cause thousands of dollars in damage to your home and your belongings. In fact, according to FEMA, just one inch of water can cause more than $25,000 worth of damage. If you, unfortunately, experience flood damage, the first thing that you’ll want to do is begin the steps to file a claim with your flood insurance provider.

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Flood Insurance Resources—What You Need to Know

In light of recent weather-related events, some of you may be re-evaluating your home's flood insurance coverage. Since flood insurance is not something an average homeowner may be overly concerned with, when determining if your home and family really need it, you probably have many questions that come to mind.

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Your Emergency Kit Must-Haves [Infographic]

During the first half of 2015, there were 80 natural disasters across the U.S., including severe thunderstorms, winter storms, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, wildfires, heat waves, and droughts, according to the Insurance Information Institute. The insurance losses for these disasters is estimated at $8,200,000, but more devastatingly are the 154 fatalities.

We all know Mother Nature is unpredictable and out of our control, but what we can control is how prepared we are when disaster (or the zombie apocalypse) strikes. If you don't have an emergency kit for your home and car, start assembling them today, and use our infographic as a guide to help you prepare.

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When Disaster Strikes: What to Include in Your Emergency Kit

Natural disasters can arise at a moment's notice. When you least expect it, depending on where you live, you should be cautious of floodshurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and other geologic processes beyond our control.

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