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Mike Consedine Jun 18
Replying to @naic
I would like to thank everyone for participating in ’s Twitter chat. Stay tuned to to receive information and tips to protect yourself from flood risks – including these frequently asked questions about flood insurance:
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Natalie Encinas Jun 18
Replying to @naic
What about including some waterproof clothing or an extra change of clothes like socks? Like an extra rain jacket or boots. If you have to evacuate, it might be nice to have a change of clothes in a plastic bag.
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NH Insurance Department Jun 18
Did you miss the⚡️ “ Disaster Preparedness Chat” by ? You can catch up here:
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Virginia DCR Jun 18
A8: Our friends developed this handy brochure with low-cost ways to protect your home: 🏡
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The Robinson Agency Jun 17
The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) released an online quiz, “What the Flood!,” as part of its campaign, an ongoing effort to educate consumers about flood risks and the need to consider purchasing flood insurance.
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IBHS Jun 19
the wealth of information shared in yesterday's twitter chat is now all in one moment! ⚡️ “ Disaster Preparedness Chat” by
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WA Emergency Management Jun 18
Replying to @naic
Here you go. A1) Also Candy. Or something sweet. Things you WANT to eat (& will make you want to change it out with something fresh when you renew your kit on a regular basis).
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Healthcare Ready Jun 18
A5: Many people stock up on water & food in their go bags, but forget their medicine. Use to print a free wallet card with your prescription info for your go bag, so you have your info even if you don't have your medication:
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners Nov 22
Homeowners policies and flood policies are designed to protect your home differently. Take out interactive What the Flood! quiz to see if you have what it takes to protect your home.
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Erin Yang Jun 18
Q9: Have a plan. Just not this one.
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners Nov 15
Flooding may not be top of mind for many people, but you're 27 times more likely to experience a flood than have a fire over a 30-year mortgage. Get prepared with flood insurance.
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Florida Insurance Regulation Jan 24
Have you been on the fence about buying flood insurance coverage? Flooding is a serious risk and insurance to cover this risk is not typically provided in a homeowner’s policy. For a list of flood insurance writers in FL visit:
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Readygov Jun 18
Replying to @Readygov
You can also call 211 or contact your local emergency management to learn about resources from state, local & voluntary partners for unmet needs.
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Hailey Ross Jun 18
Hi there! I'm an insurance reporter for S&P Global Market Intelligence. Excited to be here!
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Christina Jun 19
If you missed out on yesterday's twitter chat, you're still in luck! You can find all the incredible information shared by the participants in this Twitter Moment. ⚡️ “ Disaster Preparedness Chat” by
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PA Department of Insurance Jun 18
Thank you and all the participants of today's disaster preparedness chat . We hope you found the information we provided useful. Stop by and learn more about how to prepare, coverage options and what to do after a disaster.
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners Oct 21
Just under a quarter of Americans think it's likely their home will be impacted by flood. Take our ! quiz to see if you have what it takes to protect your home from flood:
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Readygov Jun 18
Replying to @Readygov
Just one inch of water could cost $25,000 in damage to your home! This is why it's a good idea to learn your risk and find out about flood insurance.
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National Association of Insurance Commissioners Oct 29
Over half of Americans say they or someone they know have been a victim of a flood event. Take our ! quiz to see if you have what it takes to protect your home from flood:
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Readygov Jun 18
A6: There are many sources of help. Insurance is the best option. Disaster assistance is minimal in comparison & only available for federally declared disasters. Use our Emergency Financial First Aid Kit:
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