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Hurricane Season

The hurricane season lasts from June to November and is the most susceptible period when one can damage ones car in a hurricane. Most of the people rush to get a car insurance for the hurricane season so that it protects them from any damages that may occur.
Hurricane Andrew is the second most destructive hurricane in United States history. Hurricane Andrew was the first named hurricane of the 1992 Atlantic hurricane season, and it struck in August.
Hurricane season is kicking in with a nightmare storm in New Orleans.† A city that has barely recovered from Hurricane Katrina is being affected by Hurricane Gustav.† One group that is greatly overlooked†† is the K12 students who will be missing school.†
As hurricane season is upon is, this article helps you find what you need to know to get a hurricane preparedness plan for your firm's IT.†
The 2005 hurricane season is right around the corner and runs for six months from June 1, 2005 to November 30, 2005. According to a recent survey from the National Hurricane Survival Initiative, the residents in hurricane prone states -- from Maine to Texas -- aren't anywhere near prepared for what they might face. Here are 10 quick tips to help you prepare.
Hurricane Preparedness in Baja Mexico, become informed about hurricane hazards and gaining knowledge which can be used to take ACTION.
With the Florida hurricane season almost upon us, itís important to make sure youíre ready. A family disaster plan and a disaster supply kit are two important actions you can take to make sure youíre not caught out if a hurricane cuts off your electricity, isolates you in your home, or forces you to evacuate.
Hurricane Preparedness is essential for people living in hurricane prone area. Make a plan; get a hurricane kit and some basic emergency supplies; and stay informed.
After the 2008 hurricane season millions of Texas residents became at risk for developing mesothelioma cancer. Asbestos fibers were mixed into a toxic sludge during flooding and as the sludge dried, hurricane victims became at risk for becoming exposed to asbestos.
Each year we’re getting wiser from the experience each of us encounter during Hurricane Season, but it doesn’t hurt to review a few tips for securing your boat.† There is a wealth of information available on the Internet, or from your insurance company, but the best preparation is to make a plan well ahead of time and be prepared. †
Hurricanes are one of the most damaging kinds of storms known to man.† If you live along a coast in a hurricane-zone area, the best way to protect yourself is to be prepared.† Follow this simple homeowner's checklist for hurricane preparedness.
When your area is issued a hurricane watch or warning, as a business leader, you often only have a very small amount of time in which to act quickly to protect your employees and your business. Because you do not have long to evacuate your personnel or to protect your company, having and executing a hurricane preparedness plan is imperative to safely recovering from this type of crisis.
If you live in the hurricane prone Southeast United States, being prepared for a tropical storm can mean the difference between life and death.† In this article, we'll discuss four basic steps you can take to prepare your family for the potential of an oncoming hurricane.
It is true that the season that you travel in makes a difference in pricing. You will often find that traveling during an off season will turn out the best discounts. For example, it is best to travel to the Caribbean in the fall and spring because these are considered to be potential hurricane seasons. This is also true for other places as well.
Hurricane Sandy, a major hurricane in October 2012 striking parts of the Caribbean, Mid-Atlantic and Eastern Coast of the United States, has been described by many as a "Super Storm" for its shear size and the large-scale devastation it has caused. A combination of unique and unprecedented features made Hurricane Sandy a deadly "Super Storm," whose effects will continue to be felt a long time into the future as the devastated areas rebuild from the storm.


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