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