Disaster Aftermath Bullies Thwarted
Behind the scenes there is a calamity well underway. No, not a fire, earthquake, hurricane or some other catastrophe, but something much less noticeable: bullies taking advantage of disaster survivors when they are most vulnerable.
Nov. 9, 2011 - PRLog -- If you've always thought you were prepared for disaster because you carried insurance, Antone P. Braga's internet site may have you thinking again. "The millions of people who suffer from a disaster each year such as earthquake, hurricane, tornado, fire and flood usually carry insurance, but they generally have no idea what they have coming, even after asking around," according to Braga.
"Nearly everyone has been left out of the loop, mainly because most of us would rather hope for the best than prepare for the worst. Crucial information and rights are essential. Someday the new face of insurance or government may see to it the insuring public is genuinely prepared and informed. Until then we policyholders need not only be prepared for disaster, we need to be prepared for the aftermath when we are most vulnerable and bullies take advantage. After all, it is the effect from disaster that preparedness allows us to better handle." said Braga.
About the author: Braga's insurance adjusting experience began in 1960, and he first published policyholder preparedness in 1977. His story can be found at http://www.DisasterPrepared.net
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