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|EMERGENCY HOTLINES AND PHONE NUMBERS|
|State of Florida Emergency Hotline||1-800-342-3557|
|Disaster Distress Helpline||1-800-985-5990|
|Florida Emergency Information||1-800-342-3557|
|Emergency referral line||211|
|OTHER IMPORTANT NUMBERS|
|FEMA Registration TTY (Text Telephone)
|Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services||1-800-435-7352|
|Florida Insurance Claim Hotline||1-800-277-8676|
|Unemployment Claims Emergency Hotline||1-800-204-2418|
Here at JAISIN Insurance Solutions, we want you to be ready for whatever this hurricane season throws at you.
Besides boarding up your windows and moving your boat to higher ground, here are five things you can do right now to protect yourself and your family:
1. CALL YOUR INSURANCE ADVISOR.
Be sure to review your current policies with them and ask if they see any potential gaps in your coverage. Work with an insurance advisor located near your area who understands the potential disaster of a tropical system hitting your home.
2. UPDATE YOUR CURRENT INSURANCE DOCUMENTS AND PRINT THEM OUT.
Keep copies of all of your policies in a waterproof container and take them with you if you need to evacuate.
3. TAKE PHOTOS AND VIDEOS OF YOUR HOME AND ASSETS.
This will provide documentation of any items lost due to flooding or wind damage when the time comes to file a claim with your insurance carrier.
4. DOCUMENT ALL OF YOUR STORM PREPARATION.
Take photos of your hurricane shutters closed over your windows, hurricane straps installed on your roof, etc. These photos will save you a lot of stress and frustration when filing a claim with your carrier, who may try to insist you didn’t do your due diligence to protect your home and property. Save yourself a headache and snap those photos.
5. GET FLOOD INSURANCE IF YOU DON’T ALREADY HAVE IT.
Your homeowners policy only covers water damage, which is NOT the same as flood insurance. If you’re not in a flood zone and not required to have flood coverage, that doesn’t mean you’re safe from a flood. Talk with your insurance advisor and be sure you have the right coverage in case your home is flooded.