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Before Event

It is also helpful to have photographs or video as well as receipts of your personal property stored in a safe location, too.  That may mean a set placed in a safe deposit box or with friends or relatives in another area.

Safeguard your records!

  • Obtain and periodically review your insurance coverages.  Standard homeowner and rental policies exclude Flood and Named Windstorm (Hurricane) coverage without endorsement.  It is important to see a licensed professional to ensure you have the correct amount and type of coverage. 
  • For a list of insurance agents and other helpful information, please see the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation.
  • Citizens Property Insurance Corporation is a not-for-profit, tax-exempt, governmental entity established by the Florida Legislature to provide insurance to Florida policyholders who are unable to find coverage in the private market.
  • The Florida Legislature also created the Florida Market Assistance Plan to help consumers obtain property and casualty coverage from authorized insurers in the private market.
  • More general inquires may also be answered by the Florida Insurance Council, a trade association of the insurance community, or by the Insurance Information Institute​ a national organization to help consumers better understand insurance.
  • Keep a set of copies at home. Take it with you if you are going to evacuate.

Updated April 2015