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What You Need to Know About Safe Evacuation in Case of a Florida Hurricane 

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A massive storm system headed for the Florida coast may cause an official evacuation order. In some cases, you may have a day or two to prepare, while other situations might call for an immediate evacuation. 

Thinking ahead and discussing a potential evacuation with your family is vital to ensuring that you can evacuate quickly and safely in case of a major weather event. 

Prior to an Evacuation 

In Florida, the most likely reason for an evacuation is for an anticipated hurricane landfall, or high risk of a storm surge. You should:  

During an Evacuation 

The evacuation itself can be hazardous, as roads become packed with cars and people are stressed out and distracted. You can:  

After the Evacuation 

Before you return home: 

Evacuation in advance of a hurricane that doesn’t actually end up making landfall isn’t wasted time and effort. It’s better to have evacuated when not necessary than to fail to evacuate and be caught in a catastrophic event. Being prepared for a hurricane – including a potential evacuation – is the best way to protect yourself and your family.  

 


About Olympus Insurance Company    

Headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, FL and founded in 2007, Olympus Insurance Company specializes in Florida property insurance. Through its independent agency force, Olympus insures $40 billion worth of residential and investment property including homes, condos, rental property, and valuable personal property, with umbrella coverage and Spartan Enhanced Coverage available. Coverage for individual risks up to $5 million in total insured value is provided on one of the most comprehensive coverage forms in the industry.   

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This article is for informational purposes only and does not form a part of, replace, change or amend any terms, conditions, provisions or language within your Olympus Insurance policy. We encourage you to read your entire policy.

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