Mon, 13 May 2013 13:56:15 GMT — The kick-off to hurricane season is only 2 weeks away, which means many of you are hoping for the best, but preparing for the worst. While we TMre never certain when or if the next big one will hit us, an active season is currently forecasted. The first thing anyone should do is create an emergency kit and plan to keep your family safe. You should also look into your insurance to make sure you are covered in the event of a disaster. Abraham Padron, from Safeguard Insurance, tells Action 4 Sunrise that prior to hurricane season, you should meet with your insurance agent to review your policy.He says most policies do not take effect for 30 days, so now is the time to make those necessary changes and additions!This is especially important for those in Cameron county, closest to the coast where better coverage is needed. Here TMs a look at some of the highlights from his interview.
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