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by Patty Templeton-Jones  Insurance Thought Leadership.com 

Myths often undercut the true dangers of flooding and leave home and business owners across the country woefully underprepared. Read More

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GlobeSt.com (41,209 UMV)

If you’ve ever lived through flood damage in your home or business, you know how devastating it can be. After Hurricane Harvey, between $25 billion and $37 billion worth of flood loss hit homes across southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana, according to property analytics firm CoreLogic. Read more

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Tampa Bay Times

While an average hike of 8 percent might seem alarming to some homeowners, the big question that still looms is how much more prices will go up come July 31, the deadline for action on the federal flood insurance program — or whether that deadline will be met at all.  Read Wright Flood’s Principal Flood Coordinator, Patty Latshaw’s, comments in the full article

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Topics of Interest Articles

Wright Flood, the largest provider of federal flood insurance policies in the U.S., recently announced a $1 million contribution to the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program. The donation will fund 153 K-12 scholarships for the 2017-18 school year, so lower-income children can attend the school that best meets their learning needs.

Since first partnering with Step Up For Students in 2008, Wright Flood has contributed $3,850,000, providing 670 scholarships. Read more

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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 ....read more

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