“I don't know how we would have found answers or how to begin if they had not coached us through the process.”
As the painful process of recovery begins for those whose homes have been damaged or destroyed by tornados, storms, or flooding in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, or Texas the focus will be on photographing and removing debris, inventorying losses, negotiating insurance payments and grieving.
In the months ahead, impacted residents will have to plow through paperwork and make important financial decisions. The word most commonly used to describe people's mind set after a natural disaster is "overwhelmed." While...Read More
If you take action to make your home less likely to be seriously damaged or destroyed in a wildfire, your insurance company should reward you with a discount on your premium...or at the very least keep you as a customer and not drop you. United Policyholders' Wildfire Mitigation and Insurance Project aims to make this common sense concept a reality.
We are...Read More
Reforming and/or re-authorizing the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has moved front and center in our nation's Capitol in the past month, and was mentioned prominently in the budget proposal recently issued by the White House. The NFIP is basically a privatized government program created by Congress through which insurance companies and vendors get paid to sell flood insurance and process claims in coordination with a small staff of public...Read More