Stocks Plummet, Flood Insurance Becomes Main Concern As Irma NearsAccording to reports, homeowners seeking to join the National Flood Insurance program won't be able to take advantage of the protection for a month after signing up.
Insurers Dogged By Claims Of Slanted Sandy ReportsWhen Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast, flood insurance companies dispatched an army of structural engineers to do some detective work.
Natural Disaster May Lead To Financial Ruin For HomeownersTake a look at the first page of your homeowner’s policy which, by law, has to state in plain English what is covered and what the payout limits are. Plan for the worst.
Congress Clears Bill To Ease Flood Insurance HikesCongress passed a bill scaling back flood insurance premium increases, allowing below-market insurance rates to be passed on to people buying homes.
Senator Casey Seeks Legislation To Stem Tide Of Rising Flood Insurance PremiumsSenator Bob Casey is pushing for legislation that would roll back some changes that were mandated in flood insurance reform that was enacted by Congress last year.
AAA Says Now Is A Good Time To Update Your Homeowner's InsuranceWith federal forecasters predicting an active or extremely active hurricane season, Triple-A advises homeowners to review their insurance policies before conditions heat up.
Local Expert Gives Tips On Preparing For Flooding Whether Sandy scores a direct hit on our area or not, it is forecasted to bring heavy rain, which can be a headache for homeowners.
3 On Your Side: Flood Insurance FYI3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan tells us who is covered when a flood strikes, and what you can do to protect your home.