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DNREC offers new flood planning tool for determining risk for home and business development projects

DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship’s Shoreline & Waterway Management Section now offers an interactive Flood Planning Tool with up-to-date information for helping to determine flood risk for homes and businesses and for designing development projects in accordance with floodplain codes.




Commissioner Stewart Provides Storm Preparedness Tips

The Department of Insurance has a Storm Preparedness webpage filled with resources and information about what to do before, during and after a major storm. There’s an abundance of information about protecting your home or business from damage, and tips for preparing for meeting with an adjuster if your property sustains damages.




Commissioner Stewart Joins Fellow Regulators in DC Meeting with Members of Congress

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and fellow members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) were in Washington, D.C. this week to discuss insurance issues with members of Congress.




Insurance Commissioner Stewart Says It’s Not Too Late to Protect Your Family and Property from Hurricane Damage

As Hurricane Joaquin approaches the U. S. East Coast, now is the time for Delaware residents and homeowners who could be in the path of the storm to make preparations for damages. There is still time to take several simple steps that could make filing an insurance claim after a storm easier.




Would You Be Covered If Your Home Flooded?

Many people don’t know that a standard homeowners or renters insurance policy almost never covers damage to your home or its contents due to flood waters. If your home were to flood tomorrow, would you be covered by your insurance? Do you even know your home’s risk potential for a flood?







 Pages Tagged With: "Flood insurance"

DNREC offers new flood planning tool for determining risk for home and business development projects

DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship’s Shoreline & Waterway Management Section now offers an interactive Flood Planning Tool with up-to-date information for helping to determine flood risk for homes and businesses and for designing development projects in accordance with floodplain codes.




Commissioner Stewart Provides Storm Preparedness Tips

The Department of Insurance has a Storm Preparedness webpage filled with resources and information about what to do before, during and after a major storm. There’s an abundance of information about protecting your home or business from damage, and tips for preparing for meeting with an adjuster if your property sustains damages.




Commissioner Stewart Joins Fellow Regulators in DC Meeting with Members of Congress

Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart and fellow members of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) were in Washington, D.C. this week to discuss insurance issues with members of Congress.




Insurance Commissioner Stewart Says It’s Not Too Late to Protect Your Family and Property from Hurricane Damage

As Hurricane Joaquin approaches the U. S. East Coast, now is the time for Delaware residents and homeowners who could be in the path of the storm to make preparations for damages. There is still time to take several simple steps that could make filing an insurance claim after a storm easier.




Would You Be Covered If Your Home Flooded?

Many people don’t know that a standard homeowners or renters insurance policy almost never covers damage to your home or its contents due to flood waters. If your home were to flood tomorrow, would you be covered by your insurance? Do you even know your home’s risk potential for a flood?