Do You Have A Flood Recovery Plan In Place for Hurricane Season?
2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins today – Do you have your flood recovery plan steps in place?
The 2016 Atlantic Hurricane Season begins today, with meteorologists forecasting a more active than usual hurricane season, partly due to the expected end of the El Niño weather pattern in the next few months.
Meteorologists at AccuWeather, a private weather forecaster based in Pennsylvania, has predicted an above average number of storms, with an expected 14 named storms and 8 hurricanes, 5 of which will be major hurricanes. AccuWeather also reported 3 of the named storms would likely make landfall in the United States.
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The time for preparation for weather related and all other unanticipated events is always before they happen. A flood recovery plan includes mitigation planning as well as knowing what happens after the event. A clear understanding of your flood insurance policy coverages and how they will assist you after the storm passes is vital to returning to normal. Those who prepare in advance return to prosperity while those who fail to prepare struggle.
Need A Flood Recovery Plan?
As risk management consultants and insurance specialists, we believe it is never a good time to let your guard down, The number of storms won’t matter even if one really powerful storm develops and causes significant damage. Hurricane Andrew did that in 1992, a year when the Atlantic produced only six storms.
KMRD reduces the overall cost of risk for clients by producing a greater value for each insurance dollar spent, while utilizing an enterprise risk management approach to engineer the optimal flood recovery plan solution.
We are dedicated to anticipating risk and helping firms recover from unplanned events that wait on the other side of one minute from normal.
Contact us to have one of our risk professionals identify and correct coverage and service gaps in your property insurance coverage