Time to prepare for tornado season

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Spring signals the start of tornado season for most of the United States, with a peak in May and June. Now is a good time to prepare by checking your emergency kit, buying fresh batteries and updating your family’s emergency communication plan.


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After the storm: What do I do next?

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The storm has passed and your family is safe. You took all the necessary precautions such as having an adequate supply of drinking water and a flashlight. You may have even purchased a generator to ensure uninterrupted electricity in the event of a power outage. The steps you take next are equally important in keeping your family safe and presenting a claim in the event there is damage to your home, auto or personal property. Your first priority should always be addressing safety concerns: Pay attention to the possibility of[…..]


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Lightning – or power surge? I’m not worried; I’m covered

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In the old days – I am 54 and have been in the insurance business since 1987 – a lightning claim investigation was a pretty simple process. I would simply review whatever resources were available and determine if a thunderstorm had passed through the area on the day the loss occurred. If a storm could be verified, the loss claim was validated.


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