Sixteen years after it was first proposed, work is finally underway at the massive Ormond Crossings development, which is expected to eventually have nearly 3,000 homes and 4.5 million square feet of commercial space.
ORMOND BEACH, Fla., Jan. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Each year Security First Insurance Company advises Floridians to be proactive in the lead up to hurricane season. This year the company has aligned with the non-profit consumer advocacy group, The FAIR Foundation, in a statewide effort to set the stage for a safer New Year.
While the full extent of damages to the Volusia-Flagler area from Hurricane Irma have yet to be determined, one thing is certain: it could have been a lot worse.
Security First, Florida’s second-largest home insurer, is witnessing its recent investments in mobile technology pay off in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, which wreaked havoc in the state last weekend and left millions without power.
As Hurricane Irma struck Florida this weekend with intense winds, commercial and residential property insurers were doing their best to prepare with the use of computer-generated catastrophe models.
Hurricane Harvey, which hit the Texas coast on Friday night, devastated the city of Houston and may cause some $40 billion in property damage across the state. But recent innovations in the use of data analytics and related technologies have put insurers in a better position to assess and manage the consequences associated with catastrophic storms.
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