Is Your Home or Business Ready for Hurricane Season?

May 2013
Insurance Broadcasting;5/31/2013, p1
Trade Publication
The article presents information on several safety measures for travelers to prevent property damage in hurricane season. The safety steps include creation of a safety plan to help quickly recover in case of affected by severe weather. It mentions that families of a traveler should have an evacuation plan regarding how to keep in touch during an emergency.


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