Posted on 9/7/2016 11:53 AM By Keith Savino
Storm paths are unpredictable. Insurance client’s reactions to storms are very predictable. The good thing about a hurricane or other weather phenomenon approaching is that it causes people to re-examine and reconsider their current insurance policies and their possible needs. Do I have the right insurance? Do I have enough insurance? What happens if I need to use my insurance?
It’s good for people to be shaken up a bit, because it causes them to reevaluate. So I thought it would be an excellent time for a quick update on floods, hurricanes, and wind, (oh my!)
Does Homeowners Insurance cover damage from a hurricane?
There is no singular insurance policy that can cover all the possible scenarios of damage that a hurricane can cause to your property, your house and your belongings. Most damage that happens during a hurricane is related to wind damage or flood. Your individual Homeowners Insurance should cover lost shingles, trees that toppled onto buildings, total destruction, ...