Following a wildfire or other disaster, getting back to normal can take some time. To assist in the recovery process, the Triple-I has compiled useful information around post-disaster safety, insurance coverage questions, and detailed guidance on how to file a claim.
Building codes are critical to disaster mitigation, as well as to enabling families, communities, and businesses to bounce back from natural and man-made catastrophes. IBHS' “Rating the States” report evaluates the 18 states along the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts, based on building code adoption, enforcement and contractor licensing. Long-term considerations from condo collapse | Insuring a co-op or condo
Join us for a free webinar, Thursday, July 29, 2021, at 11 a.m. ET when Triple-I Senior Economist Dr. Michel Leonard will present a Triple-I National Town Hall to discuss the protection gap and the impact on recovery following extreme weather events. He will be joined by guests from the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration; the University of Alabama; and the Reinsurance Association of America. The webinar is being presented with ResilientH20 Partners.
ADMITTED COMPANY- An insurance company licensed and authorized to do business in a particular state.
FARMOWNERS-RANCHOWNERS INSURANCE- Package policy that protects the policyholder against named perils and liabilities and usually covers homes and their contents, along with barns, stables and other structures.See Full Glossary
For immediate release New York Press Office: Michael Barry, 917-923-8245, email@example.com NEW YORK, July 20, 2021—Having Americans purchase the right amount and type of insurance coverage is essential if they are to recover quickly from natural catastrophes, a panel which included … Read More
For immediate release New York Press Office: Michael Barry, 917-923-8245, firstname.lastname@example.org NEW YORK, July 16, 2021—Sean Kevelighan, CEO, Insurance Information Institute (Triple-I), will discuss Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Factors and Insurer Performa… Read More