FLOOD: UNDERSTANDING THE RISK, NAVIGATING INSURANCE OPTIONS

| April 25, 2018

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The lack of flood insurance has ramifications beyond those for the individual business or homeowner. Uninsured floods hurt economic growth, prolong the recovery process for affected communities, and place additional burdens on taxpayers, with uninsured victims turning to government sources for assistance. The reasons that people and businesses go uninsured for flood vary. Some simply don’t consider themselves to be at risk or in danger, or they do not understand their risk. Some say they can’t afford coverage. Some simply don’t know their options or think their homeowners’ insurance covers flood.

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