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Tornados

Four Ways to Help Pets During Severe Weather

You’ve got an emergency plan for your family in case extreme weather or a natural disaster forces you to live without power, or worse, evacuate your home. (If not, learn how to create one at Ready.gov/make-a-plan.) But, what about planning for your pets? They’re likely to be

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Emergency Contact Cards Can Help During a Crisis

Here is a handy card we received from one of our vendors. Complete and put in your wallet or glove box. You may want to load the information into your cell phone, as well. Remember, though, cell phones may not work in a catastrophe, so having a

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Can Your Business Weather a Storm?

Storms and fires disrupt thousands of businesses every year. Although you can’t change the weather, you can minimize the effect of such disasters on your business. You have to plan ahead, though. People don’t like to think about disasters, but if you develop a catastrophe plan now,

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Natural Disasters Don’t Have to Mean Disasters for Homeowners

What if your home was devastated by a fire, wind or other natural disaster? Are you certain your insurance would cover enough of your home to rebuild at today’s construction costs? Sure, thinking about the aftermath of a catastrophe is no fun, but consider the alternative. If

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Did You Budget For A Change In Weather?

The Insurance Information Institute posted $1.5 billion in insured losses so far this year due to the near-record snowfall and prolonged extreme cold weather throughout much of the United States. There have been more than 175,000 claims paid for losses such as burst pipes from freezing, ice

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Four Steps for Community Associations to Take BEFORE Disaster Strikes

  Who Ya Gonna Call? When disaster hits, be it a minor catastrophe like a burst pipe or a major calamity like a tornado, who do you first call once everyone is safe? While our customers are always welcome to call us – and we do have

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Tornado Aftermath

The cell phone video told the story. Even in the dark images, you could see bare roofs and torn shingles sent to me by Patrick Fox, board member of a 314-resident condo development called ‘The Boulders at Katy Trail.’  The video included the wind and lightning. Even

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