My Car Flooded! What Should I Do?

in insider, driving, flooding, Virginia, severe weather, hail, coverage, claim, car insurance, rain, trees, roadside assistance, comprehensive coverage, weather Jul 9, 2019

On July 8, flash flooding ravaged Northern Virginia, D.C. and Maryland. This historic deluge unloaded up to 4 inches of rain in some areas in 1 hour causing historic flooding to major roads during the morning rush hour. Unfortunately, some folks dangerously drove their cars through quickly flooding roadways. Never do this: turn around, don't drown!

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Do you have severe weather damage? Here's what to do next and what's covered

in insider, hurricane, wind damage, homeowner tips, safety tips, report a claim, homeowners insurance, auto insurance, flooding, Virginia, tornado, hurricane season, severe weather, hail, coverage, claim, car insurance, diy, trees, home insurance, weather, home Mar 13, 2019

Safety First If you think you have damage from recent weather events, there are important steps you should take right away. Your safety and your family's safety is most important to us. Always take these safety tips into consideration before proceeding with property damage after severe weather.

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Is Your Roof Ready for Virginia's Severe Weather Season?

in wind damage, homeowner tips, Virginia, severe weather, hail, spring Mar 6, 2019

You’re not imagining it. Virginia's weather is getting more severe. Tornadoes and hail storms are common as spring rolls in warmer temperatures.The wind storm and tornadoes that swept through Virginia this spring resulted in numerous home damage claims for our members. Last March, a storm swept quarter size hail and powerful wind gusts across central Virginia leaving significant damage to homes. My family’s home was right in the storm’s cross...

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How Can I Tell If My Roof Has Hail or Wind Damage?

in insider, wind damage, homeowner tips, homeowners insurance, Virginia, severe weather, hail, spring, claim Mar 1, 2019

Virginia can probably safely say winter is finally behind us! But that's doesn't mean we won't still see some ice. Tornado and severe weather season is here and that means hail storms are likely. Hail and straight line  winds are equal opportunity destroyers, nearly impossible to prevent, and usually the damage is clear. But it's important to know when they cause hidden damage to your home.   

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