SOURCE: Insurance Information Institute
Four Ways to Protect Lives and Property Before Disaster Strikes
According to the Insurance Information Institute, superstorm Sandy caused more than $18 billion in insured losses, making it the third costliest hurricane in U.S. insurance history. As predictions for a severe 2013 hurricane season roll in, home and business owners should be reminded to heed the lessons learned from that deadly event. So, whether your area is prone to tropical storms, earthquakes, wildfires or tornadoes, you need to make sure you have the right type and amount of insurance.
Executives from the not-for-profit Insurance Information Institute share four ways to protect both lives and property before a storm approaches.
Available content includes soundbites in English, from Jeanne Salvatore, Senior Vice President for Public Affairs at the Insurance Information Institute and Consumer Spokesperson, and in Spanish, from Elianne Gonzalez, Hispanic Press Office for the Insurance Information Institute