3041 Dunn Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32218 

Flood Insurance for Unexpected Events & Disasters

In the event of heavy rainfall or a hurricane, protect your family and home with our Flood Insurance. One inch of floodwater can cause up to $25,000 in damage, and homeowner insurance policies do not cover flood loss. We recommend getting flood policies that benefit your family in case of flood damage. 

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Important Documents Checklist

We recommend making copies of important documents and keeping them safe during an emergency. Safeguard the following documents in a dry place that is easy to reach during flooding:

  • Birth, Death, & Marriage Certificates or Divorce Decrees (If Applicable)
  • Social Security Card & Records
  • Medical Records & Prescription Drugs
  • Wills & Power of Attorney
  • Insurance Policies
  • Health Insurance Cards
  • Retirement Account Records
  • Recent Pay Stubs (In Case You Have to Document Employment to Collect Benefits)
  • Tax Returns
  • Car Titles & Registration
  • Mortgage Deeds or Rental Agreements
  • Credit Cards
  • Passports & Green Cards
  • Food Stamps or Other Benefit Cards
  • Bank Information (Checking & Savings Account Numbers)
  • Warranties & Receipts
  • A Home Inventory
  • Recent Family & Pet Photos
  • Important Memorabilia

Finding Flood Zones in Florida

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has maps showing flood zones in Florida, which is a great advantage for those looking into flood coverage. Florida residents can view the flood maps of their area online or order paper copies on the FEMA Map Service Center website. Call the FEMA Map Assistance Center at (877) FEMA-MAP for additional information.

Flood Insurance

Flooding is very common in the state of Florida due to storms and proximity to water. Protect your home, business, rentals, etc., with flood insurance. Flood insurance claims can be filed anytime your property experiences flooding impacts, and it can cover both a property and its contents.