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ANPAC® Disaster Information Series:

If a tornado would strike today, would you be prepared?

Even if you live outside "Tornado Alley," the area of the country that runs north from Texas through eastern Nebraska and northeast to Indiana, the rest of the country also gets its share of twisters. No matter where you live, the key to protecting your family and your home from disaster is preparation. Your chances of staying safe during a tornado are greater especially if you have a plan for you and your family, and practice the plan frequently.

Below is a guide with valuable information provided by the *National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Weather Channel. We hope you'll review these links to make sure you know how to best prepare your home if a tornado strikes, what to do when the storm approaches, and how to begin the recovery process.

Things to consider:

   - Fill out this Contact Card for each member of the family
   - When Building or Remodeling
   - Protect Your Home from Hail

Preparing for the possibility of a tornado also means understanding your basic weather terms and danger signs related to tornados, and learning the safest places to seek shelter when at home, work, school, or outdoors.

   - Tornado Safety -- Knowing what to do before and during the storm can save your life!
   - If you are under a Tornado Warning, seek shelter immediately!
   - Lightning Safety Tips for Inside the Home
   - How to treat a victim of lightening
   - Caring for your pets

Recovering from the Storm:

 - How do I cope with the emotional effects?
   - How can I help children cope?

Fortunately, as NOAA, FEMA, and The Weather Channel indicate, there are several preventive measures we can take to protect ourselves and our property. Equally important is reviewing your insurance policies. Coverage that made sense when you established your original policies often needs to be adjusted over time, so if you haven't already, now is a good time to schedule an annual review with your insurance agent!

A professional inspection of your insurance policies can save you time and money! Your American National Professional Insurance Review is another opportunity for you to ask questions about your current policy, and perhaps learn about coverage, features, or discounts you may be eligible to receive!
To schedule your Professional Insurance Review, click here to find an American National agent in your area by name, area code or city/state.

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*Links to or from a third-party site, such as FEMA, do not constitute sponsorship, endorsement, or approval by ANPAC® of the content, policies, or practices of such sites. It is provided and intended solely for your convenience, and is not maintained by or is under the control of ANPAC®. You should check the privacy policies of any site you visit.