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Over 20% of U.S. Properties at Risk for Flood Not in Designated Flood Zones

This past year, there is no doubt that catastrophes played a major role in the increase in E&O claims. After all, “nothing brings out an agent’s mistake as quick as a catastrophe”. In many of the E&O claims made as … Continue reading

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Flood Insurance Does Not Cover Debris Removal From Insureds’ Land

When floods occur, there is certainly the potential for coverage issues to come into play. As noted in the attached interesting article that appeared on insurancejournal.com on May 13, the question of coverage for the removal of sand was an issue. This … Continue reading

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High-Tide Floods to Triple for Some East Coast Cities, Study Finds

The following is an excerpt from a very interesting article that appeared on insurancejournal.com on October 8. “Flooding during high tides, which used to be rare, is now common in some places and could worsen to the point that sections of … Continue reading

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Satisfaction Lower for Homeowners with Flood Insurance

Personally I found the study that is referenced in the attached interesting yet surprising. One can only wonder if a campaign to educate customers on flood insurance (including what is and what is not covered) would result in a better “score”. The following … Continue reading

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