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Hurricane Dorian Insurance Claims Rise in Atlantic Canada

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The insurance claims from damages from Hurricane Dorian have officially reached approximately $105 million in Atlantic Canada, and that is not including the damage to government infrastructure. The Insurance Bureau of Canada has recently released this information. Dorian went from being a hurricane to a tropical storm by the time it hit the Maritimes,… Read More »

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Are Category 5 Hurricanes here to stay?

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There have been five different Category 5 hurricanes (the strongest, most destructive hurricane) in the past four hurricane seasons in the Atlantic, leaving wonder as to whether or not this trend is here to stay. A Penn State University meteorologist Michael Mann recently commented on the issue, stating that as global warming continues on,… Read More »

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Hurricane Prep: What You Need to Know

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It is important not to wait until a hurricane hits to begin preparation- Floridians should be prepared ahead of time. Weather can change quite quickly, and this may not allow for much time for prep in time of need. We are currently at the peak of Hurricane Season this year, and it is pivotal… Read More »

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Florida Lawmaker Requests Answers Regarding Hurricane Michael Claims

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Florida Insurance Commissioner David Altmaier has recently spoken out about the claims regarding Hurricane Michael, which occurred almost one whole year ago. He claims that insurance companies have been paying claims on time, however he is aware of the claims that are still open, and how unhappy people are about this. He announced that… Read More »

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Updated Forecast Predicts Increased Chances of Above-Normal Hurricane Season

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Forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have announced that there is a bigger chance than previously thought for an above-normal hurricane season in the Atlantic this season. The likeliness of an above-average hurricane season has jumped from 30% (predicted in May) to 45%. The likeliness of near-normal activity is at 35%, while… Read More »

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What Every Small Business Owner Should Know to Prepare for Potential Disasters

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Being prepared for any disaster that may arise is vital for every business owner, no matter how big or small their business may be. One thing to keep in mind is communication post-disaster. It is important to have the ability to talk to others once the storm has passed but its’ remnants remain. This… Read More »

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Citizen Insurance Receives Approval for Rate Hikes in Broward and Palm Beach

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Citizens Property Insurance Corporation has just received approval on an average 9.6 percent rate hike for policyholders in Broward, which will take effect on December 1st, resulting in average premiums increasing from $3,057 to $3,351. As for Palm Beach County, the state Office of Insurance Regulation approved an average 4 percent rate hike. This… Read More »

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Phase Two of Hurricane Season: What’s to Come

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As Phase 2 of Hurricane Season approaches, National Hurricane Center forecasters have begun recognizing new systems that may arise. Meteorologists say that August usually brings more active systems within the Atlantic tropics, and that is exactly what is occurring this year as well. During this time of year, east African waves move off the… Read More »

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