Numerous counties in Texas and surrounding areas were affected by Hurricane Harvey. As such home and business owners are working tirelessly to clean up the ensuing water damage. We put together resources to help policyholders with their clean-up efforts and to also aid in beginning the insurance claims process.
- Google Crisis Map
- Texas Department of Transportation - Road closures and notices
- NOAA Flood Map - Flooding observations and levels
- FEMA.gov - up to date resources and apply for aid online
- abc13.com - list of shelters
- Red Cross - Donate to victims
- "How to File a Homeowner's Property Damage Insurance Claim"
- "How to File a FEMA Claim"
- "12 Ways to Reduce Water Damage"
- "Top 10 Communication Methods in a Disaster Setting"
- “Four Signs You Need to Hire a Public Adjuster”
- “Preserving and Protecting Your Damaged Property: What Are Your Responsibilities?”
- “Suffered Damage to Your Property? Tips to Help Inventory Your Possessions”
- “What to Expect Following a Disaster: Costs, Clean-Up and Coverages”
How FEMA and an insurance policy work together:
For help with your hurricane claim:
For assistance with your Hurricane Harvey property damage claim, contact our local public adjusters by visiting the Office Locations page.