Flooding PSA: Up to $10K Upon Filing National Flood Insurance Program Claims

Hurricane Rita damage to a home. FEMA has created localized PSAs on YouTube including what happens when a displaced flooding victim initiates a National Flood Insurance Program claim.
Image: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert

According to FEMA in 2016, initiating a National Flood Insurance Program claim can put up to $10,000 in a displaced victim’s hands right away.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) created a series of localized public service announcement videos to share with the public. Watch and share this video about what happens when displaced hurricane and flood victims calls their agents or insurance companies to start National Flood Insurance Program claims:

Access and share more FEMA Localized PSAs for Flooding on YouTube.com.

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