Insurance claims from Hurricane Matthew won’t figure into rate increases until at least 2018. Still, the impact to homeowners rates is expected to be minimal because most of the damage is from flooding, as seen here in Rocky Mount. Most policies don’t cover flooding.
Insurance claims from Hurricane Matthew won’t figure into rate increases until at least 2018. Still, the impact to homeowners rates is expected to be minimal because most of the damage is from flooding, as seen here in Rocky Mount. Most policies don’t cover flooding. Thomas Babb
Insurance claims from Hurricane Matthew won’t figure into rate increases until at least 2018. Still, the impact to homeowners rates is expected to be minimal because most of the damage is from flooding, as seen here in Rocky Mount. Most policies don’t cover flooding. Thomas Babb

What effect will Hurricane Matthew have on insurance rates?

October 18, 2016 05:15 PM

UPDATED October 19, 2016 06:04 PM

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