Chubb’s foundation is supported by its industry-leading underwriting, claims and risk engineering capabilities. The following includes information about each of Chubb’s North American business lines. If you would like to request an interview with one of Chubb’s spokespeople or to learn more, please contact Chubb media relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While no one can gauge the severity of a storm before it strikes, there are steps you can take to reduce its impact on your property. Here are some prevention tips based on years of industry data about the damage caused by severe storms:
A storm watch from the local or national weather bureau means there is a chance that a hurricane, tornado or thunderstorm may occur in a given area. In contrast, a storm warning means that storm activity has already been reported in the area. In either situation, it's important to take the necessary safety measures:
The opinions and positions expressed are the authors’ own and not those of Chubb. The information and/ or data provided herein is for informational purposes only and is not a substitute for professional advice. Insurance coverage is subject to the language of the policies as issued.