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In 1968 the National Flood Insurance Program was developed as a way for people to be able to afford flood insurance for their homes and business. Today, what started as a great idea has become a program that bleeds the color of money, green. While...

The automobile manufacturing community has been telling us for years that by the year 2020 autonomous vehicles or AVs would be readily available and taking over the roads within the decade. So, what happened? 2020 is just around the corner, and instead, the entire concept...

Habitational properties like apartments, condos, even hotels and motels all have similar property and liability issues. These include fire, flooding and water damage, and slip/fall accidents. While all serious problems, they can be managed effectively with a program of sound management, proper planning, and oversight,...

Recent studies published by the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and the National Hurricane Center show a significant increase in how often and how intense the rain storms in Houston have become. This information becomes even more critical when you add in the information...

While it’s true that Hurricane Florence did indeed leave vast tracts of North Carolina submerged under stormwater and surge, according to Chief Executive of the NFIP, David Maurstad, the number of claims total slightly over 14,000 to date. The reason for such a low number...

Projections in a report issued by the University of South Carolina estimate insured losses due to Hurricane Michael could reach as high as $11 billion. When Hurricane Willa was heading towards Mexico, many homeowners in the U.S. started inquiring about flood insurance. With the continued...

Projections in a report issued by the University of South Carolina estimate insured losses due to Hurricane Michael could reach as high as $11 billion. When Hurricane Willa was heading towards Mexico, many homeowners in the U.S. started inquiring about flood insurance. With the continued...