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The Revision of the flood maps for Edisto Beach and unincorporated areas of Colleton County near Edisto Beach in South Carolina establishes a new Base Flood Elevation (BFE) for almost all properties. Is the BFE important in rating a flood policy? READ MORE >>

FEMA has drawn up new flood maps for the coastal areas of South Carolina and these maps will become effective in the next year or so. The maps for the Town of Edisto Beach and the unincorporated areas of Coleton County will be effective on Dec. 21, 2017. READ MORE >>

The tropical oceans have become active and we all need to be prepared for storm conditions. There are multiple sites giving hurricane preparedness tips. Be sure you have a plan for your family. That includes a plan for your pets as well!!   If your property sustains damage from winds or water, you will need to call your insurance agent or company. READ MORE >>

The rain is about over and most of the flooding will soon be gone. The damages done will remain for some time. If you have a National Flood Insurance Flood (NFIP) policy, here are some things to keep in mind about your flood claim. Call the insurance company or your agent to file the claim. READ MORE >>

Flooding is expected to occur over the weekend in many parts of South Carolina due to heavy rains. If you have a National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) flood policy, the policy will pay up to $1,000 for certain Loss Avoidance Measures. The policy deductible does not apply. READ MORE >>

The area north of Oklahoma City is rocked by several earthquakes, one a 4.5 magnitude. There was no major damage but it makes me wonder how many people in Oklahoma have earthquake insurance. Or, how many people in Oklahoma think they have earthquake insurance and do not!!   READ MORE >>

Flood risk isn’t only to building and personal property. Too many drivers quickly find themselves “over their heads” when encountering flooded roadways. And the risk of harm is greatly increased by assuming either the waters are too minor or their vehicle too large to be significantly affected. READ MORE >>

This is just an update to our 6/30/2014 blog entitled What is the status of your Flood Insurance Refund? This is the latest information from FEMA. By FEMA regulations, refunds on qualifying flood policies must be made to policyholders no later than Dec 31, 2014. Most companies will start this process the first part of October. READ MORE >>

    The Biggert Waters Act Flood Reform Act of 2012 mandates some changes as of June 1, 2014. In most cases, policyholders are being given notice of these changes 90 days before renewal. These changes will still occur even though the Act has been since amended.    READ MORE >>

Are You Due a Refund on your Flood Insurance Policy? The Grimm-Waters Homeowner Flood Insurance Affordability Act , passed by the Senate and House of Representatives on March 13, 2014 and signed into Law by President Obama on March 21, 2014, reverses some of the sections of the Biggert-Waters Flood Reform Act of 2012 (BW-12). READ MORE >>

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