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Whenever there is flooding in the state, we receive a large volume of calls from members wondering about how to get insurance coverage to protect themselves from losses due to flooding. Here are answers to commonly asked questions. Does my
Make sure your insurance is keeping up with your life! We share a few
critical events that should trigger a review of your policies.
Spring and summer in Wisconsin can brew up severe weather resulting in property losses. Hail storms, high winds, flooding, and lightning. These are the most prevalent weather-related causes of property damage in Wisconsin. With deductibles averaging around $1,000, getting hammered by severe weather may cost you some money. Reduce the chances of taking a financial hit by doing what you can to prevent a loss due to severe weather.
Don't you love seeing rain instead of snow after a long winter? It’s great to be moving into spring. Spring rains
are also a good reminder to be sure your home is adequately covered in
case of a flood.
Did you know that homeowners insurance doesn’t cover flood damage? If you’re unsure about your need for flood insurance, our insurance
consultants can help you make an informed decision and give you a quote.
It’s mid-March and already areas in central and northern Wisconsin are being hit with floods. When it comes to your home and personal safety, we have some good information you'll want to know about.
Just because you haven't experienced a flood in the past, doesn't mean you won't in the future. Anywhere it rains, it can flood. Since standard homeowners insurance doesn't cover flooding, it's important to have protection.
As a Wisconsin public school employee, you are eligible to participate in our high-quality personal insurance program,
which includes auto, home, condo, renters, flood, and umbrella
insurances. Our insurance products have been tailored to meet your
unique needs as a Wisconsin educator. However, if you’re retiring soon and are interested in our insurance products, plan ahead.
Did you know that you can stay insured with us even after you leave your school job or retire? And your Member Benefits’ 403(b) and IRA accounts can remain with us whether you retire, change districts, or change professions?
Member Benefits makes it easy to take care of your insurance needs online. You can file a claim, update your policy, learn about your coverage, and more...whenever it's convenient to you. Here's a little summary of what you can find on our website to help you with your insurance needs.
It doesn’t take a major body of water, or even a major storm, to cause a flood. You can live miles away from water and still be a victim of flooding. In fact, 25–30% of flood insurance claims come from low-to-moderate risk areas.
Member Benefits is now offering flood insurance in response to member requests. But plan ahead. There is a 30-day waiting period* so contact us before the snow begins to melt and spring rain begins.