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Learn Hurricane Recovery Tips From Nonprofit United Policyholders Nov 02 | Property Insurance Protection Law Blog



United Policyholders has been supporting and educating policyholders after disasters for three decades. It is the largest and oldest non-profit organization solely supporting policyholder rights in the United States.

Its Roadmap To Recovery program is designed for policyholders suffering and trying to recover from a disaster:

Since 1991, our Roadmap to Recovery™ program has improved disaster recovery by providing free insurance and decision guidance, tools and resources to people, businesses and communities. The program includes our online library of claims tips, sample letters, reports, how-to videos, professional help directory and articles written by leading experts in personal finance, construction and law.

Our volunteers, board and staff, (Team UP), Roadmap to Recovery™ workshops, Disaster Recovery Handbook and various long-term recovery services have a proven track record of helping people navigate and overcome challenges and regain financial and personal stability.

Public officials, agencies and nonprofit partners rely on UP̵

7;s consumer-focused insurance and legal expertise to help constituents and clients and restore devastated communities. Team UP is a national corps of volunteers who are experts in insurance, personal finance, construction, law, health and disaster recovery.

Next Wednesday, United Policyholders will offer a free virtual webinar, Hurricane Ian Recovery 2022 Webinar, which is for Hurricane Ian victims trying to decipher and cut through much of the rhetoric about what to do. Here is a link for registration.

Hurricane Ian policyholders should check out UP’s 2022 Hurricane Ian – Insurance Claims and Recovery Help Library

Today’s thought

It’s not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.
—Epictetus


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