- Insurance claims: File a claim right away if your property was flooded and you have flood insurance. The sooner the better and although delays are likely, your insurance company will do its best to inspect your property and file a claim in a timely manner.
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA): If you do not have flood insurance, your next option is support from FEMA. The agency will help determine if your property is located in a designated disaster area and if you qualify for a low interest loan to repair your property. Visit www.disasterassistance.gov for a list of federally declared disasters, agricultural assistance, and other valuable information.
- Documentation: Whenever possible, share pictures of your property and belongings before, during, and after the storm with your insurance company, FEMA, or anyone else who may analyze your property. Pictures help adjusters determine coverage and compensation and will support a strong case in your favor.
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