Don’t Procrastinate, Prepare During National Preparedness Month
September is National Preparedness Month, serving to remind Florida residents to be prepared for natural disasters and emergencies. September is also the statistical “peak” of Hurricane season when Florida tends to see the largest number of disturbances and the highest risk of major storms forming in the Atlantic. We encourage you to follow some of our tips and take this month to be proactive with all your disaster plans for emergencies such as hurricanes, floods or fires.
Florida Lightning Safety Tips
Florida is considered the “lightning capital” of the country, with more than 2,000 lightning injuries over the past 50 years. To help protect yourself, always monitor the weather and follow some of our tips to minimize the risk of a lightning accident.
Florida Hurricane Prep 101
Chances are, all Florida homeowners have or will experience a hurricane, and the best way to keep you and your family safe is by preparing for the worst. If you’re not sure where and when to start preparations, read our Florida hurricane prep tips, giving you the 101 on all you should know.
3 Tips to Prepare for Florida’s Rainy Season
Preparing for Florida’s rainy season can keep your family and home safe while saving you time and money. Secure a flood policy today and know your family will be covered in the event a loss results from rising water.
We Got Power | Edison Insurance Company
Our modern-day world runs on power as our homes, modes of communication, medical services, and everyday conveniences rely on electricity. When we lose access to electricity due to a storm, our daily routines come to a grinding stop. However, proper use of
What’s in a Hurricane name?
Homeowners insurance coverage is affected by the differences between the types of storms. Insurance companies learn each year from each named storm and make changes to address the lessons learned.