Meteorologists are predicting an especially harsh winter in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC areas. And with a bad weather forecast like this looming over our heads, it’s more important than ever to prepare for excess snow, windy conditions, possible flooding, and more.
Tri State Restorations recently hosted continuing education classes for insurance agencies in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC areas. The classes focused on ethics and white collar crime as it relates to the insurance industry and specifically targeted the relationship between restoration companies and insurance providers. Not only did this give our participants the opportunity(…)
Homeowners all along the East Coast were left with wet, soggy basements in Hurricane Irene’s aftermath. In Maryland, winds up to 65 mph brought down trees and power lines. With power shut off to many homes, sump pumps couldn’t operate and rain water flooded into basements.
Tornado damage is devastating. The high winds and strong rains that accompany most tornadoes and severe storms are unpredictable, and the tornado that touched down this past weekend in Petersburg and Hampton, Virginia was no exception.
A recent report by the Environment Maryland Research and Policy Center shows that since 2006, every county in Maryland has been affected by at least one weather related disaster. Not only is Maryland one of the hardest hit states in the nation, but it also receives a greater range of disasters than most other areas(…)
US Capitol Building A bipartisan group of 41 senators are sponsoring a long-term flood insurance bill, with the hope of passing it either this month or as soon as possible when the Senate returns from