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Lack of Flood Insurance Could Leave Small Businesses Underwater

With flooding on the rise, small business owners are left in a precarious position while they search for an affordable solution to this unpredictable and stormy future.

White Paper Summary

According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), flooding is the most frequently occurring natural disaster in the U.S.1 Extreme storms are causing rivers, streams, and other bodies of water to overflow in areas that were previously not impacted by flooding. This trend suggests that businesses located outside of Special Flood Hazard Areas or 100-year flood zones are at risk for flooding events and should be considering flood insurance coverage.


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