Best Hurricane Shutters: A Definitive Ranking

If you live in Florida, hurricanes are a reality you must prepare for. The 2020 hurricane season is proof: it now holds the record for the most active season in history with 30 named hurricanes and the most landfalls by a named storm in the US at 12.

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How to Prepare for an Earthquake

In July 2019, two earthquakes in small Southern California towns caused nearly $200 million in damage. 

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The Homeowner's Guide to Zombie Insurance

Your homeowners insurance may cover damage from the zombie apocalypse. Yes, you read that right. 

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How to Make a Disaster Preparedness Plan

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. If you haven’t made an emergency plan yet, now’s the time.

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Uninsured Areas Are Hit Hardest by Disasters

Natural disasters are getting worse each year, and that leaves the most vulnerable areas and homeowners exposed to the most damage.

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What to Do During a Mandatory Evacuation

When hurricanes or wildfires strike, your state may call for a mandatory evacuation to save lives and keep rescue workers out of harm’s way trying to rescue those who decided to stay behind.

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How Will Climate Change Affect Your Home?

Weather patterns are changing around the world, causing more frequent and severe storms and disasters. And these disasters have a real impact on homeowners. 

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How Does Coronavirus Impact Home Insurance?

Maintaining the basics in your life right now is probably top of mind, and you’re not alone. Most folks are wondering exactly how stay-at-home-orders will play out financially and affect necessities and household bills such as home insurance.

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Homeowners: How to Prepare for Coronavirus

Don't panic. Get the facts on the new strain of coronavirus so you can plan to keep yourself and your family safe.

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American Disaster Preparedness: How Are We Doing?

Any insurance professional will tell you that having insurance does not provide protection against things going wrong. And when something inevitably does go wrong, a person’s disaster preparedness will affect outcomes at least as much as their insurance policies.

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