Resources Texas Public Insurance Adjuster
The more you know about insurance, perils, and catastrophes, the better off you will be when it comes time to file an insurance claim. We’ve compiled a list of informational resources to help you become a more informed Texas policyholder. Whether you’ve suffered a loss or not, these resources can help you now as well as in the future.
Texas Department of Insurance – This is the home page of the Texas Department of Insurance where you can learn more about insurance and disasters affecting Texas communities.
FEMA – If you need to apply for assistance after a disaster, head to the FEMA Web site. In addition to providing assistance, a wealth of disaster-specific advice and planning tips is available here.
NOAA – Let’s face it, Texas has its fair share of weather events. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Web site provides U.S. residents with forecasts, advisories, weather safety, education and outreach, information, and more! Click on the state of Texas and start exploring the weather hazards affecting your community.
RedCross – Whether you’re a victim or a potential donor, the Red Cross website is an excellent resource. Apply for assistance, make a donation, or learn about disaster preparedness.
Flood Smart – Did you know that nearly one fourth of all flood insurance claims originate in areas designated as low-to-moderate flood risks? The Flood Smart Web site is the official site of the National Flood Insurance Program where you can learn more about flooding, view flood maps, and prepare yourself for a flood.