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June 1 marks the start of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration or NOAA, it is forecast to be an above-normal season.

In recognition of Hurricane Preparedness Week, which runs May 9-15, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urges families to prepare now for hurricane season and the potential of extreme weather.

The Atlantic hurricane season runs June 1 to November 30.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urges residents to be proactive to lessen or prevent any losses that may stem from Tropical Storm Zeta by securing loose furniture and articles on the outside of their property.  The storm is forecasted to bring powerful wind gusts and moderate rain to North Carolina, especially in the western pa

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey’s will focus on storm preparedness and fire prevention on Monday, Sept. 21, as he visits with first responders and insurance agents during a visit to Durham and Orange counties.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will visit a Disaster Readiness Center in Carolina Beach on Wednesday, Aug. 19.

The N.C. Department of Insurance will operate the Disaster Readiness Center in the parking lot of the Carolina Beach Recreation Center.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has set up the first in a series of Disaster Readiness Centers with the goal of making sure North Carolinians are ready for storms and other natural disasters.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will be in Bertie and Brunswick counties Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 5-6, to assess the damage from Hurricane Isaias and assist storm victims with property claims. Homeowners in both counties sustained extensive property damage as a result of dangerous wind, heavy rain, storm surge and fires.

As Hurricane Isaias nears the North Carolina coast, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urges North Carolinians to protect their home and property by following some simple instructions before the storm hits.  Forecasters predict Isaias to be a Category 1 hurricane as it approaches North Carolina with wind gusts that could cause substantial damage

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey will again offer flood conferences across North Carolina to provide vital information regarding the need for flood insurance.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced that Victim Assistance Centers (VACs) will be set up in Beaufort and Emerald Isle Monday and Tuesday to assist storm victims with their insurance needs.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced that a Victim Assistance Center (VAC) will be set up in Carolina Shores in Brunswick County on Thursday, Sept. 12.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urges people victimized by Hurricane Dorian to stay strong, avoid being taken advantage of by dishonest contractors and scam artists, and allow the North Carolina Department of Insurance to assist with any insurance related questions or concerns.

With Hurricane Dorian on the path to hit the southeastern states, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is providing the following resources to help prevent the loss of life, minimize property damage, and assist with recovery.

Hurricane Precautions:

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is encouraging North Carolinians to prepare their homes and belongings for any natural disaster or emergency that could occur as we approach the official peak of the Atlantic hurricane season Sept. 10.

With the 2019 hurricane season upon us, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is encouraging residents to be prepared this season to avoid the suffering that followed last year’s Hurricane Florence on the coast and mudflows in the western part of the state.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has set up five flood insurance conferences statewide to inform the public, insurance and real estate agents of the need to purchase flood insurance, regardless of where you live.

With the 2019 hurricane season upon us, Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is encouraging residents to be prepared this season to avoid the suffering that followed last year's Hurricane Florence on the coast and mudslides in the western part of the state.

RALEIGH – North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is using Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 5-11) to encourage North Carolinians to “be prepared” as we approach June 1, the official start of the 2019 hurricane season.

As the hurricane season approaches June 1, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is using Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 5-11) to announce five town hall meetings this month to inform residents about disaster relief and the need to purchase flood insurance. There is a 30-day waiting period for flood insurance to take effect.

As the hurricane season approaches June 1, North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey is initiating efforts to educate residents about the need to purchase flood insurance and disaster relief by scheduling community town halls across the state.

North Carolina’s recent winter blast has many residents wondering what to do if their home sustains damage due to the snow and ice or if they are involved in an automobile accident.

North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has announced an extended enrollment period for winter storm victims who wish to apply for health insurance on the federal healthcare exchange.

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North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urged people victimized by Hurricane Florence to stay strong and avoid being taken advantage of by dishonest contractors and scam artists.

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North Carolina Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey urged people victimized by Hurricane Florence to stay strong and avoid being taken advantage of by dishonest contractors and scam artists.

Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey has organized consumer assistance centers to help storm victims recover from the damaged incurred by Hurricane Florence. Today, he set up Insurance Camps with the industry to allow storm victims direct access to their insurance companies.

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