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The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season - What You Need To Know

The 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season - What You Need To Know

The 2020 Hurricane Season officially started back on June 1st, and according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), it is going to be a “above-normal” season. The officials at NOAA have called for 13-19 named storms, of which 6-10 of these storms will become hurricanes. This is a concerning statistic as it means that the projected impact of this year’s hurricane season is also higher than average; exposing individuals and their businesses/property to increased risk. Hurricanes are notoriously difficult to predict and this usually increases the severity of loss, as people and businesses have less time to prepare for the storm’s arrival. Thankfully, there are some ways that you can help keep your family and your property safe this hurricane season. It is smart to have some supplies such as nonperishable food, water, batteries, flashlights, gasoline (for cars and/or generators), and methods of communication ready to go early in the season. It would also be helpful to have some plywood and nails in case it is necessary to board up windows and doors. Finally, having an emergency plan for if you need to evacuate due to a hurricane would be wise. After the storm, Altieri Insurance Consultants can help you recover if any serious damage occurs to your home, business, or property. Our professional public insurance adjusters can help you file an insurance claim and receive a fair payout in an expedited manner. 

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About The Author: Raymond A. Altieri, Jr.
Raymond A. Altieri, Jr. - Chairman & CEO

As a property insurance claims professional since 1980, Mr. Altieri leads the firm at Altieri Insurance Consultants in all matters of property claim adjusting and community outreach. His decades of property claim adjusting experience assure the firm’s clients they are well represented, whether they have suffered a multi-million-dollar commercial loss or have lost their home.

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