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Contractor Fraud Awareness Week is here! From July 12 through 16, the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) is highlighting the problem of contractors and vendors who take advantage of disaster victims in the aftermath of catastrophes. Hoping that vulnerable homeowners are more concerned about the safety of their family than they are about going over a
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Improved access to data, analytical tools, and sophisticated modeling capabilities has turned flood insurance from a virtually untouchable risk for insurers to an area of increasing business opportunity. These developments also have put the pieces in place for powerful collaborations between corporations, governments, and nonprofits to drive flood resilience for communities and businesses. Stormwater management
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Half a billion people worldwide are affected by floods annually, and about 90 percent of all U.S. natural disasters involve flooding. The human and economic tolls are massive, and until recently insuring these risks and helping communities recover fell almost entirely on government programs.  Improved data, analysis, and modeling have helped drive private-sector interest in
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last week unveiled details of Risk Rating 2.0 ’ its plan to modernize the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) to make it fairer and more sustainable. The changes measuring flood danger differently ’ gauging properties’ specific risks and replacement costs, rather than simply whether they sit in a FEMA-designated “flood zone.”
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