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FLOOD Ed:

What you should know about floods, and then some.

James Skelton, Atlanta 2009

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  • James Skelton, Atlanta 2009

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  • Becky Bently, Atlanta 2009

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  • Frank Billingsley, Tropical Storm Allison

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  • The Taylors, Atlanta 2009 Rains

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  • Joel Lusk, De Moines IA

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  • Bertie Midgett, Hurricane Irene 2011

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  • Mary Martin, Hurricane Irene 2011

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  • Rich Smith, Severe Rains

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  • Two Flood Stories, Atlanta 2009

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  • Flooding from Heavy Rains

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  • Hurricane Katrina Levee Failure

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Flood Quick Facts

  • Fact #1

    Private insurance companies and the federal government recognized that their association would improve the overall success of the program. Accordingly, insurance companies administer the program, but the federal government funds the insurance.

  • Fact #2

    90% of all natural disasters have some form of flooding.

  • Fact #3

    There is a low-cost policy for homes in moderate-to-lower risk areas, and for much less than you might expect. The quick processing of these lower risk/low cost policies is the purpose of this website, so lets get started.  Click here to get a quote. 

  • Fact #4

    If a house is destroyed due to the collapse of the land it is built on, and the collapse is due to waves or currents of water, that would be considered a flood and would be covered.

  • Fact #5

    There are some homeowner endorsements that will cover a back-up or overflow of sewers or drains or a sump-pump. These type losses sometimes do occur during flooding events. These endorsements will often have dollar limits substantially less than the flood policy

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