Hurricane and wildfire season this year will be compounded by COVID-19 stay-at-home and social distancing orders. You can’t rely on your old disaster preparedness plan. You’ll have to create a new one that takes two disasters into account simultaneously.
COVID-19 has significantly impacted every aspect of our personal and professional lives. Now, throw a hurricane or wildlife into the mix and you’ve got a compound disaster. Find out how your business can prepare now for such an event.
Emergency Rule 47 provides for the suspension of certain statutes related to all kinds of insurance and all types of insurers doing business in Louisiana with policyholders in the 25 parishes affected by Hurricane Ida. These suspensions cover cancellations, terminations, non-renewals and non-reinstatements, premium payments, claim filings and related provisions.
When returning to your home after a hurricane or flood, flood water can contain sewage. Flood waters and standing waters pose risk to infectious diseases, chemical hazards and injuries. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides relevant information, guidance, and tips on how to protect yourself and family.