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Friday, April 24th, 2020 at 9:41am
We're so independent, even the captives, want to play! We take a lot of pride at having the best market to shop in the state for home, auto, flood and commercial! Period!

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Monday, March 30th, 2020 at 10:30am
"Demotech has affirmed 37 of the 46 Florida-based companies rated by the actuarial firm, as of March 26, according to information gathered from Demotech’s website. That leaves fewer than 10 Florida insurers that are… https://t.co/Fa93NDEHn1
Monday, March 23rd, 2020 at 9:10am
Obviously, we're monitoring, but it's a weird market right now on the homeowners insurance side.

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LAURA | Rapid strenghtening overnight with Laura. The storm is developing quickly this morning. Intensity at landfall tonight increased to cat 4. The storms will make landfall near the Texas/Louisiana state line.
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yourEadvisor.comMonday, August 24th, 2020 at 11:56am
Monday thoughts on Marco and Laura

1. Some good news on Tropical Storm Marco. If you read my "lengthy" (And nap inducing) post last night, I talked about Marco weakening as it would be sheared (And decoupled) before landfall. In other words, it kind of "split up". Luckily, that has happened and hurricane warnings are no longer in effect for the Louisiana coastline. Heavy rains and tropical storm winds are expected today, but much more tolerable than hurricane conditions. Some surge, some wind, some water, but "do-able". As we've been mentioning for a few days, it is all about the water with this storm. NOLA can flood on a summer day with heavy rains, so we always are nervous when a tropical storm comes in. Still, it's much better than it looked 36 hours ago.

2. Now, Laura. Some good news and some not so good news. Laura will spread tropical storm force winds on the Middle and Lower Keys this afternoon. Tropical Storm Warnings are in effect. Nothing too terrible, just a gusty day with some heavy rains and a few waterspouts.

3. The storm will then have 2 to 3 days in the Gulf to build strength before making landfall somewhere between Galveston, Texas and New Orleans. I'm still thinking Beaumont to Lake Charles is my best guess at this point.

4. The Euro and GFS still don't turn this into a major hurricane (They go about 75 mph), but some of the other models do so. It does appear that conditions will be pretty favorable for additional development, so it certainly bears close watching. So in other words, we still don't know for sure. Lots can (and usually does) change in 3 days. The storm is still over 1100 miles away. That gives folks lots of time in the area I talked about to prepare. This is nothing new for this area as hurricane threats are almost a yearly occurrence. Take this one seriously, as it seems rather likely landfall will occur late Wednesday or on Thursday.

5. Rule #7. Don't freak out. Nothing is more important than keeping a clear head when making preps to keep you and your family safe. There's lots of time to do what is needed, but today and tomorrow is that time. After that, it is probably too late. We've seen storms change intensity and direction countless times, so there is still plenty of opportunity for things to improve. Let's hope it does, but still prepare as a rather storm storm heads in your general direction. STILL, it's usually only about an area of 20 to 30 miles that sees the worst of any storm, so the odds are certainly in your favor.

6. I realize Laura's impact on Florida after today will be zero, but in today's world, I'd like to think we can offer help to anyone who needs it, regardless of where they live. On "our" side of the Gulf, or the other side. We're all in this together. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me.

Denis.

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