No Hurricanes Shouldn’t Mean No Insurance

In Hurricane season, Hurricanes, Insurance, Insurance Industry on October 28, 2013 at 1:32

While a calm hurricane season, such as the once that just occurred has benefits, i.e. helping maintain homeowner’s insurance rates, it’s a risk to get too relaxed.  The Daytona Beach News-Journal appropriately urges homeowners to avoid complacency.

The fact that meteorologists predicted an above average number of hurricanes – yes, not only more than we had but more than we usually have – underscores how imprecise predictions are. The danger then is that homeowners, especially ones along the coast must continue to wary and vigilant.

Being lulled into a fall sense of security can wreak as much damage as the storm itself.

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