Storms are unpredictable. Many develop and intensify rapidly and without warning. In 2017, there were 16 separate billion-dollar or more climate events including hurricanes Maria, Harvey, and Irma which caused over $300 billion in damages. Insureds are best equipped to minimize exposures and prevent losses if they are proactive about hurricane preparedness and fully understand policy language and conditions concerning their exposures.
Tune in as guest host Kyle Drawdy, CIC, CRM, ARM, interviews Michele Montgomery, CPCU, ARM-P, and Area Senior Vice President at Arthur J. Gallagher Process of managing uncertainty of exposures that affect an organization's assets and financial statements using five steps: identification, analysis, control, financing and administration.... More Services Incorporated about pre-hurricane steps and mitigation efforts that can prevent damages and, most importantly, a loss of life.