CAT Info Center

Catastrophes can happen anytime, anywhere. Lexington Insurance Company is experienced and equipped to help businesses successfully weather disasters. This Catastrophe Information Center helps our policyholders be prepared too.

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  • Catastrophes can happen anytime, anywhere. Lexington Insurance Company is experienced and equipped to help businesses successfully weather disasters. This Catastrophe Information Center (CIC) is one of the many ways we help our policyholders be prepared too. Drawing on decades of working with businesses through catastrophes, Lexington has stocked the CIC with best-in-class tools, information and resources for brokers to help policyholders prepare to mitigate damages, protect assets, and recover as expeditiously as possible from a disaster.


    lexicon100x100_BoardUp.jpg Prepare
    This information and resources can help policyholders take the important first step to thoroughly prepare for unexpected catastrophes and mitigate losses before disaster strikes. Click here to learn more.
       
    lexicon100x100_ContractSigning.jpg Protect
    It is critical to contemplate the risks that could financially devastate a business. An experienced leader in catastrophe property and casualty insurance, Lexington provides insurance solutions that address a wide array of risks from earthquakes and hurricanes to wildfires and terrorist attacks. For brokers who would like to learn more about addressing their clients' insurance needs, click here.
       
    lexicon100x100_ArchitectPointing.jpg Recover
    Accelerating recovery from disasters is our top priority. Learn how state-of-the-market technology, expertise, and resources optimize our catastrophe response and our policyholders' recovery. Click here to learn more.

    Educational Resources

    Hurricane Preparation Checklist - Before a Hurricane
    Hurricane season is from June 1st to November 30th. If you live near hurricane prone areas, have a plan of what to do before, during, and after a hurricane strikes. To get ready before a hurricane, here are some tips and suggestions to put a plan in place. View Checklist > 

    Hurricane Checklist - During a Hurricane
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    Hurricane Checklist - After a Hurricane
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    Tornado Tip Sheet
    Tornadoes have the potential to create significant property damage and business interruption. While there is new technology in forecasting, yielding increased warning times, tornadoes can still strike without much warning, so it is critical to prepare in advance and create plans for mitigating damage. This interactive document includes some general suggested tips and actions to consider taking, before, during, and after a tornado strikes. View Document > 


    Flood Tip Sheet
    Flood events can emanate from a variety of sources including severe weather, tropical windstorm, and stalled or prolonged weather fronts. Locations exposed to these type events are more at risk from flooding impact, but flooding can occur in almost any area with minimal notice. The risk is exacerbated when facilities are located nearby and within low elevation of flooding sources such as rivers, creeks and basins, and may impact a wide area disrupting key infrastructure and creating business interruption potential. This interactive document includes general suggested tips and actions to consider taking, before, during, and after a flood strikes. View Document > 


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