A second feature is now added to Wright Flood text-claim capabilities. Claimants can now text to receive a status update as well as the date of the most recent claim check issued… Read full Press Release

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ATLANTA – Survivors with losses due to Hurricane Irma in Charlotte, Collier, Hillsborough, Lee, Manatee, Miami-Dade, Monroe, Pinellas, and Sarasota Counties may now register for disaster assistance from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, according to state and federal officials…. Learn more

Individuals can register online at or through the FEMA App.

Additional Resource:  FEMA Fact Sheet on Disaster Assistance Eligibility and Flood Insurance

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Hurricane Irma Claims Processing Underway; Hurricane Harvey Claims Processing Continues with $24M in Payments for Harvey-related Damage Already Made… Read full press release

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Private flood product FloodPlus won 2016 Best Product Innovation Award presented by Lloyd's Market Innovation Awards for Hiscox, Household Division. 

Wright is pleased to partner with Hiscox to offer the award winning FloodPlus private flood product as PFA+Plus™ We invite you to read why Hiscox FloodPlus won this prestigious award and to contact your regional sales manager to find out how you can offer PFA+Plus™ to your clients. Click to read more: Hiscox FloodPlus Wins 2016 Best Product Innovation Award

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Sell everyone a flood policy -- you KNOW they need it.

Extreme flood events in Texas are almost proof that history repeats itself; while facing flood loss alone needn’t ever happen again.

Flood agents can help clients recover their homes and property using facts, events and consumer education to sell flood insurance to all property owners. Flood events happen everywhere and the historic floods recently prove that flood insurance is financial protection for all of us more

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Do I need flood insurance? Is that a trick question? 

How much of your home and belongings could you afford to lose when heavy rains hit home? Can you live without, or afford to replace---your home, your belongings, and your savings--unexpectedly when the downpour hits? more

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