Rates imposed by the 2012 law are particularly high in older coastal communities in states such as Florida, Massachusetts, New York and New Jersey and have put a damper on home sales.
There’s about to be a shortage of a growingly popular local craft beer after a costly malfunction at a brewery in Framingham.
Someone asked a question via Twitter (@ericfisher) today – what in the world is a PWAT? PWATs are a measure of essentially how much water is in the atmosphere over your head at a given […]
If you are running a small business could you recover if your building was destroyed in a flood, fire, or hurricane?
You need to get organized! Set up a filing system.
Tunnels flooded for days. City streets overrun with water. Could we ever see damage like that in Boston?
Planning for a catastrophe means you will need to be organized.
As one prepares for the catastrophes of life we need to consider insurance as a financial tool.
Living here in New England, we are at times smug about disasters for they always seem to happen somewhere else. But we have had our share.
Quincy residents are learning a floodgate, that should have protected them, was never closed.