Tag Archives: Hurricane

Summer Flooding… Happens So Fast

Hurricane season officially began June 1st, but as we all well know Mother Nature does not adhere to a calendar. Hurricanes and subsequent flooding can happen any time. IIAT Advantage flood insurance carrier partner Selective has a Hurricane Season Prep … Continue reading

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Governor Abbott Orders Increased Readiness Of State Operations Center As Tropical System Approaches The Gulf

Last week, Governor Greg Abbott has ordered the Texas State Operations Center (SOC) to elevate its readiness level as a potential tropical system is expected to develop and move into the Gulf of Mexico and toward the Texas coast. The … Continue reading

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ICT Kicks off 12th Annual Hurricane Tour

The Insurance Council of Texas (ICT) will lead a team of insurance experts and meteorologists in educating coastal Texans about the need for insurance coverage and hurricane preparedness as part of our 12th annual Hurricane Tour.  ICT wants to ensure … Continue reading

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After Historic Flooding, Gulf Coast Faces Busy Hurricane Season: Small Businesses at Risk

The threat of hurricanes and flooding is well-known to coastal region residents, but the situation may be getting worse. On Monday, April 18, Houston received more rainfall in a single day than any time in recorded history. That’s more rain … Continue reading

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