The 2018 hurricane season just began on June 1, while parts of the country are still recovering from the devastating storms of 2017. This year, the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration forecasts an above-normal season, with at least 10 named storms predicted. Yet, it only takes one to cause catastrophic losses.
Although the threat of a hurricane may not apply directly to you, some of your insureds may have property in exposed areas. While you can't prevent the storms from striking, you can prepare for them and attempt to help minimize the damage to property and businesses. Read our risk tips, Loss Prevention for Hurricanes, for ways to help protect your business from damage caused by these mighty storms.