Sparkles & Stretchmarks: A UK Parenting & Pregnancy Blog: Severe Weather Disaster Preparedness

Thursday, 13 March 2014

Severe Weather Disaster Preparedness

I can't speak for everybody, but one of my favourite things to do once Tyne is settled down for the night is to watch American Tv shows .... and my current favourite has to be Doomsday Preppers!

There are so many people out there who are taking extreme measures to ensure their survival should the world suddenly be thrown into disaster...

Of course, zombie apocalypses and Armageddon aren't things that most of us think about on a day to day basis...but what about natural disasters that occur every day, in all parts of the world? Aren't they a real threat to our homes and families that we should be considering?



Just take a look at the extreme weather conditions suffered recently - floods causing damaged property , making the homes of real families, just like yours, to be unlivable...what happens then?

If the worst was to happen, do you know what your rights are? Are you protected? have you prepared in any way?

I have to admit, I personally haven't and after seeing these things happen so close to home I will be taking action to ensure that we are protected...

I have always been a forward planner and a "better safe than sorry" sort of person, so why wouldn't I apply this logic to protecting my family and our home?

Understanding what you can do now before a storm or disaster strikes will make your recovery easier and hopefully less stressful.
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3 comments:

  1. so true after watching the storms that stole christmas recently does make you think what if ? xx

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  2. It has been terrible for some in the UK this winter, but like you say, as I haven't been affected I don't tend to give it much thought. Should change that!

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  3. In February month storm brought a lot of damage in Ireland as I read here http://www.balcombes.ie/2014/02/feb-12th-2014-another-storm-hits-irelandI think everyone should protect them self from this kind of damage. Not only the people who are living in the suspected areas are having the risk of all this natural tragedies but anyone can face it at any point of time. I also strongly believe in this statement that it’s better to be safe than sorry. After this mishap, if our property is insured then we should immediately contact to our insurance company to get back the money. Insurance company never gives us the whole amount of money which we deserve so we should take help of the person who can argue with the insurance company on behalf of us so we can get the best settlement.

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