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Hurricane Harvey – an extraordinary event; Workers’ compensation issues concerning hurricane victims or evacuees 

Click here to view the Texas Commissioner of Worker’s Compensation's bulletin addressing workers’ compensation concerning hurricane victims or evacuees.

Free Property & Flood Resources for Texas


IRMI would like to express our heartfelt thoughts and prayers for those affected by Hurricane Harvey. In the days ahead, our industry will be called upon to serve those affected by this catastrophic event.
 
We know you will be working hard to process claims quickly and effectively to meet the needs of our fellow citizens as they return to their homes. We would like to support your important work by making our publications Personal Risk Management & Insurance and Commercial Property Insurance, along with other flood resources, available to you through September 30, 2017, at no charge. Simply use these instructions to access the information.
 
For more information, please click here or contact IRMI Client Services at (800) 827–4242.

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