We are not foreign to typhoons and floods. In fact, according to PAGASA, 20 typhoons, on average, enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) every year. These typhoons can bring powerful winds and torrential rains which may cause severe flooding, damage to properties, and even loss of lives, and these are the reasons why the aftermath is just as bad. Cleaning up the devastation that a typhoon has left seems like a daunting task, especially if your house and car are severely impacted. This article aims to alleviate some of your burden as it provides some tips to help you in recovering from the typhoon’s ill effects.
Disclaimer: Trinity compiled the following information from different resources for the benefit of those affected by the typhoon. These respective resources were credited at the end of this article.
A strong typhoon can cause extensive damage to your assets that are financially devastating to repair. Purchasing asset insurance is a sensible investment because it can help you overcome your losses from a very daunting situation. With the following insurance, Trinity may be able to assist you in protecting your assets: