By Andrea Paton-Ash on May 30, 2014 at 1:57 PM
Hurricane season kicks off June 1, but this week is about getting you, your family, and your property ready for what’s to come this season. National Hurricane Preparedness Week is the right time for you to get and stay prepared for one of Mother Nature’s most destructive forces.
Life by the sea can be quite pleasant – nobody enjoys the beach more than I do – but don’t forget that your family and your home are exposed to the dangers associated with coastal living. A hurricane may seem like a distant possibility, but don’t be complacent! The National Hurricane Center can keep you up-to-date on the latest storm developments with projected paths, wind speeds, storm surge and more. Nothing is more important than keeping you and your family safe!
If you’re a GEICO customer, GEICO’s Catastrophe Center is your resource for claims after the storm has passed. Ready to handle your severe weather claims needs, our teams will stay in affected areas until every claim has been resolved. And one last cautionary note: Keep a sharp eye out for fraud in the wake of any disaster, whether it is a hurricane, wildfire or tornado.
Here are a number of things you can do to make sure you’re ready when the hurricane hits: