Debate over NFIP Reforms Likely to Extend into 2019A new short-term extension through December 21 leaves the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in limbo as Congress grapples with a lengthy to-do list in advance of the holidays.  NFIP, the biggest source of flood coverage in the U.S., has been reauthorized through a set of short-term extensions in the last year as lawmakers debate

National Flood Insurance Program Shows Continued Promise--and Limitations--for Businesses Recovering from Hurricane LossFollowing record-setting levels of rainfall in the Carolinas from Hurricane Florence, businesses both in and outside of affected areas will likely be reviewing their flood coverage to assess how it will respond to adverse weather events. Although private flood insurance is on the rise, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) remains by far the biggest

Wind, Flood or Storm Surge: Pick Your Peril CarefullyA catastrophic loss, such as a hurricane strike, can force any company out of business, even if it is insured. Although a business does not suffer any direct physical damage to its facilities, fickle natural disaster events can disrupt a company’s entire supply chain, with ripple effects for vendors, suppliers, customers and second-tier providers