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Final Survival Plan E-book

by gold stone (2019-04-03)

Many urban dwelling Final Survival Plan E-book Review individuals can help prepare and secure their family by adopting a balanced food storage plan of small growing operations, adequate grocery items and by acquiring prepared food for storage that includes freeze dried and dehydrated foods. All of these items can be purchased in smaller quantities on a regular basis to rapidly build your food stores. One other item to start acquiring is water filtration systems and water storage items, but this will have to be another message at another time.Hurricane season 2010 is upon us. While we are all spending our time stocking our freezers and buying "D" size batteries, bottled water and generators, many of us are ignoring the single most important element of a hurricane protection plan - insurance. Most, if not all of you have insurance to protect your homes and commercial properties, but do you really know what coverage you have? Do you really know how to protect your rights under that policy when a "covered occurrence" takes place?Make sure the 'named insured' under the policy matches identically to the true owner(s) of the property. This may sound obvious, and in the context of residential property insurance it is generally not a problem. However, in situations where property is held in the name of a corporation or a limited liability company, or when insurance is procured by one party for the benefit of another, it becomes crucial that the named insured is properly identified as the true owner of the property.Document your property and belongings before and after the storm. Take a number of digital pictures depicting your structure and all of its contents before the storm (don't forget outdoor fixtures such as air conditioning units). Take at least two or three photos per room from different angles. Store these photos on a flash drive and keep it in a weatherproof box along with a copy of your insurance policy. This will make it easier for you to prove your damages to your adjuster in case the storm is particularly devastating. After the storm, take handwritten notes documenting the extent of your damage and how the damage to each item occurred. Take photographs of any damaged property as well.