Hurricane Safety and Recovery Tips
Much has been written about the increasing frequency and severity of weather-related events, such as hurricanes, droughts, and severe storms. Weather-related events drove almost all the insured natural disaster losses in 2019 and the costliest peril for insurers, with severe convective storms. As significant catastrophe events appear to be on the rise, insurance industry researchers and catastrophe modelers continue to advance techniques for assessing and calculating risks. We’re all in this together, and we take great pride in the steps we take to help you prevent a claim. In the unfortunate case of a loss, our claims team is ready to jump into action knowing that each day costs your clients valuable time and money.
Our staff of loss control experts will work with you to help improve the safety and security of your clients’ operations for better risk management and potential cost savings. We will visit an insured’s location and help alleviate the risks that they might not even think about. For more information, contact you nearest Property & Inland Marine representative today.
Not only do we concern ourselves with the safety of our agents and clients, but we also try to make it easier for you to operate in a safer environment. Please review these Hurricane Clean-Up and Recovery Safety Tips to learn how to avoid hazards and safely clean-up after a hurricane.
From various training sessions and educational information such as our Safety Topics, we provide specialized services to help reduce loss potential, loss costs, and control unsafe acts and conditions. To use these valuable resources, visit GAIG.com/LP.
An important value of your insurance coverage is the insurer’s ability and reputation for responding to, and handling, a claim. Great American’s Property & Inland Marine Division is dedicated to offering excellent claims service to insureds.
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