Family Disaster Planning—10 Key Ingredients

Power outages have become more common in the United States during the last 10 years. The country’s power grid needs updating, but the progress is slow.

According to one analysis, the United States has more power outages than any other developed country.

These concerns illustrate the need for people to develop some type of family disaster plan, communicate it to all family members, and maintain it for future emergencies.

But what are the loss exposures that create a need for a family disaster plan? How should a family disaster plan be developed?

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