In hurricane prone areas, some homeowners insurance policies have a separate hurricane deductible. Learn all about hurricane deductibles.
Flood insurance protects your home from expensive flood damage that isn't covered by home insurance. Find the answer your question: Do I need flood insurance?
Hurricane season is from June through November. Read our hurricane insurance guide to make sure you're properly covered for wind and flood damage from hurricanes.
Policyholders rated national insurance companies signficantly better than local insuers in their handling of claims in the wake of Hurricane Irma and Harvey.
Natural disasters can cause significant damage to your home. See what homeowners learned after filing a claim for damage from severe weather.
A hurricane can leave your property anywhere from slightly damaged to completely destroyed. Here are the steps to take after a hurricane affects you.
Hurricane Florence hit the southeastern U.S. with catastrophic winds and flooding. Here is how you can file an insurance claim for damages.
Spend the days and hours leading up to a hurricane following these safety and insurance tips to protect your family and your home.
Florida is the most hurricane-prone state in the United States, but a majority of homeowners insurance companies in Florida aren't rated highly by consumers.
Despite massive natural disasters in 2017 — including Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey — Clearsurance found that 42 percent of homeowners haven't taken steps to check their insurance coverage. Nearly 90 percent of homeowners are concerned a natural disaster could strike their home, though.
Review your homeowners insurance policy and understand what it does and does not cover. Many homeowners are unaware that damage caused by flooding resulting from a hurricane is not covered by their homeowners insurance.
Which hurricane insurance companies came through for their customers. We conducted a study of homeowner experiences with insurance carriers to find out more.