Comments:Major fire results in significant damage to Texas apartment complex

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When it comes to your property, what do you expect in case of loss (hurricane, tornado, earthquake, flood, fire, etc.)? The disaster itself is news. "What happens after the dust settles is the story: the aftermath shock," said author Antone P. Braga. " With a little curiosity, insurance policyholders can mitigate that shock, and gain emotional/mental preparedness—fortitude.

The ordinary insuring public now has access: basic rights and vital information—even footing, equality—the security of knowing what to expect in terms of disaster preparedness/recovery," Braga said.

For more general information, go to www.DisasterEquality.info.

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