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After a storm hits, it’s important that you keep your safety in mind before you begin assessing property. Do not return to your home or business until it is confirmed by authorities that it is safe for you to do so. Do not go outside until you’ve heard the “all clear” that the storm has fully passed.
Once you know you are safe, you can begin to assess any potential damage to your home and property. Follow these tips after the storm is over:
Correll Insurance is here to support you after a hurricane or severe weather event. Contact your local agency as soon as the storm has passed. We will walk you through the process of filing claims, inspecting damage, and beginning repairs. Do not start making major decisions about your property without first speaking to your Correll agent.
If you’re not sure how to reach your local agent, or your agency is part of the damage, check their website or Facebook page for updates. An agent should be available to you to offer advice on the next steps.
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