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Natural disasters can strike anywhere at any time. These resources may be helpful.
With flood waters begin slowly receding, anxious homeowners may soon be able to return home to check their property.
Homeowners are encouraged to consider the following safety guidelines when returning to assess damage from flood waters.
For further information and assistance contact the State Fire Marshal’s Office at 601-359-1061.
Unlike other disasters such as hurricanes, there are no seasons or warnings for earthquakes. They can happen almost anywhere at anytime. Everyone, no matter, where they live should have a disaster recovery plan which includes securing the right type and amount of insurance.
A few simple steps can reduce property damage and help protect you and your family from disaster.
If the structural elements of your home need reinforcing, you can consider investing in some of the most important and common retrofits:
Special Video - Protecting Your Home From an Earthquake
Disaster victims who hire laborers and contractors to remove trees and debris from their damaged property are urged to save receipts so they may be properly reimbursed by their insurance company.
Follow these tips when considering hiring someone to help with the cleanup of your damaged property:
If you have questions or problems with filing or completing your claim, call our Consumer Hotline at 1-800-562-2957.