Tropical Storm Nicole was a Category 1 storm that struck on November 10, 2022, roughly six weeks following Hurricane Ian. Nicole made landfall as a Category 1 Hurricane and weakened to a Tropical Storm as it moved through the Florida peninsula.
Hurricane Ian made landfall as a Category 4 Hurricane and caused extensive damage in late September, 2022 in regions throughout Florida and neighboring states.
The Oak Fire was a destructive wildfire that burned north of the community of Bootjack in Mariposa County, California and in the Sierra National Forest during the 2022 California wildfire season.
Through our Roadmap to Recovery program, you can access free, trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.
Through our Roadmap to Recovery program you can access free, trustworthy help navigating the process of returning to a wildfire damaged area, repairing and replacing damaged and destroyed property, and collecting all available insurance funds.
Colorado had a record-breaking wildfire season in 2020, with over 680,000 acres of land destroyed by 1,078 fires.
When events cause people and businesses to suffer serious and costly losses and insurance benefits become critically important to recovery, United Policyholders provides guidance, advocacy support and information to facilitate fair claim payouts.
“1-in-500 year event” in June 2022 brought catastrophic flooding to Montana communities along the Yellowstone River.
Spring wildfires in Arizona and New Mexico including the Little Bear, Fire, Tunnel Fire, Calf Canyon Fire, and Hermits Peak Fire damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes throughout the southwest.
On March 22nd, 2022 an EF3 tornado touched down in the Lower Ninth Ward, Timberlane, Gretna, Algiers, Arabi, and New Orleans East in the greater New Orleans area with further reports of a tornado in St. Tammany Parish. The tornado caused significant damage and power outages throughout southeast Louisiana.
Hurricane Ida made landfall in Louisiana as a Category 4 storm on August 30th, 2021. United Policyholders’ Roadmap to Recovery® program will help guide you in valuing and documenting your loss, understanding insurance rules, settling your insurance claims fairly, and finding qualified professional, charitable, and government help.
If frozen or burst pipes or ice or heavy snow from recent extreme winter weather damaged your home or business, United Policyholders’ Roadmap to Recovery program can help you navigate the claim and recovery process.
Hurricane Delta made landfall in Louisiana on October 5, 2020, with wind speeds measuring up to 110 mph.
Hurricane Sally was the first hurricane to strike Alabama since 2004, resulting in flooding in several counties.
Hurricane Laura was a Category 4 storm that made history as one of the strongest hurricanes on record in Louisiana on August 27, 2020.
The Washington Wildfires of 2020 burned over 700,000 acres, destroying over 180 homes in the process.
Over 2000 wildfires devastated the state of Oregon in 2020, destroying more than one million acres of land and resulting in 11 fatalities.
On August 10, 2020, the Midwest was affected by a severe derecho storm with recorded wind speeds between 70-140 mph.
Flooding in Michigan began after days of rain, forcing 10,000 people in Edenville and Sanford to evacuate.
The Kincade Fire destroyed over 77,000 acres of Sonoma County, California between October 23rd and November 6th of 2019.
The 2019 wildfire season in California reported over 7,860 fires, totaling an estimated of 259,823 acres destroyed.
A series of earthquakes and aftershocks that effected the town of Ridgecrest, CA July 4th and 5th of 2019.
The Camp Fire started November 8, 2018, and was California’s deadliest and most destructive wildfire in history.
Hurricane Florence was a Category 4 hurricane that caused catastrophic damage to the Carolinas in September of 2018.
The Carr Fire is the seventh most destructive fire in California history, it burned from July of 2018 through January of 2019.
The Lilac Fire erupted in Southern California, burning over 4000 acres in San Diego County from December 7th through December 16th of 2017.
The Thomas Fire was one of multiple fires that erupted in late 2017 in California, burning over 280,000 acres.
Detwiler Fire was a massive wildfire that burned across Highway 49 in Mariposa County, CA from mid-July to late August 2017.
2017 was a notable tornado season, with 1522 reports of tornadoes between January 2nd and December 20th of 2017.
The Anderson Dam in San Jose flooded Coyote Creek forcing the evacuation of 14,000 people in San Jose.
One of the worst natural disasters to ever hit Tennessee, over 16,000 acres were burned in the fires.
Hurricane Matthew was a Category 5 hurricane in September of 2016, causing catastrophic damage to Haiti.
Prolonged rainfall in Louisiana in August of 2016 resulted in significant flooding and caused catastrophic damage to the state.
The Erksine fire is the 15th most destructive wildfire in California history, burning over 19,000 acres in Kern County.
The Fort McMurray fire began May 1, 2016, causing the largest wildfire evacuation in Alberta’s history.
Flooding in South Carolina from October 1-5 2015 after a record-breaking 24-hour rainfall was catastrophic.
The largest wildfire season in Washington’s history, over one million acres were burned between June and September of 2015.
Also known as the Central Texas Memorial Day Flood, a record amount of flooding made history in 2015.
Also referred to as the 2013 Colorado Front Range Flood, a series of disastrous and deadly floods in Colorado from September 2013 to early 2014.
The deadliest and most destructive hurricane of the 2012 season was Hurricane Sandy, also known as Superstorm Sandy.
Colorado Springs was devastated by wildfires in June of 2012, causing a widespread evacuation and burning over 20,000 acres.
The hurricane season of 2011 was particularly destructive, causing widespread property damage in the Bahamas and the Southeastern states of the U.S.
This Joplin Tornado was an EF5-category multi-vortex tornado that devastated Missouri on May 22, 2011.
The 2011 Texas Wildfire season was extremely devastating to the state, burning over 400,000 acres, doubling the state’s previous record.
On September 9, 2010, a 30-inch diameter natural gas pipeline exploded in San Francisco, causing property damage and fatalities.
Due to low humidity and high winds, a wildire that ignited on Labor Day 2010 got out of control very quickly,
This Library was originally created after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as a resource for property and business owners, policyholder advocates, elected officials and the media. It is designed to explain and help solve insurance claim problems faced by home and business owners after large scale catastrophes.