IRENE gone August 29, 2011

Thankfully the storm left Charleston Friday night with not much of an impact. However, the sunset was absolutely gorgeous over our high tide water!! This was good preparation this year as we still have 3 months left of hurricane season. It is estimated that the total damage from IRENE will be in the $5-7 billion range. […]

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IRENE is here August 26, 2011

The skies are growing a little darker and the rain is starting to fall from IRENE this morning. Please make sure all of your porches and sidewalks are clear, as the winds will continue to increase in strength today. I would suggest staying off the bridges too! Let’s hope IRENE just flys by us.

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IRENE-Thursday update August 25, 2011

IRENE pummelled the Bahamas last night and today as a Category 3 hurricane. The 125 mph winds are heading for our neighbors to the north (Carolina). It appears that it will hit NC as a Category 2 storm while continuing on towards New England. Surf will be up on our coast!

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Wednesday morning IRENE update August 24, 2011

Well, thankfully it continues to look like IRENE (CAT 3 hurricane) is going to miss us to the Northeast! We need to still be prepared for high winds and heavy rain on Friday night/Saturday morning. Hopefully everyone had a chance to watch Aryn Linenger’s “insurance” interview, related to IRENE, last night on Channel 4!!

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Now an Earthquake!! August 23, 2011

With hurricane IRENE out in the Atlantic a powerful 5.9 magnitude Earthquake also hits the East Coast. The quake was centered about 40 miles northwest of Richmond, VA. It was felt up and down the East Coast, even here in Charleston (where some downtown building were evacuated)! A lot of crazy even “insurance needed” events […]

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IRENE update

This category 2 Hurricane is now boasting 100 mph winds as it moves towards the Bahamas. Forecasters are thinking that the storm is going to move on more of a northern trajectory as it hits open coastal waters…which is good news for Charleston. However, IRENE is expected to increase in size and strength, possibly reaching […]

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List of items in your hurricane kit- August 22, 2011

WATER – at least 1 gallon daily per person for 3 to 7 days Food – at least enough for 3 to 7 days — non-perishable packaged or canned food / juices — foods for infants or the elderly — snack foods — non-electric can opener — cooking tools / fuel — paper plates / plastic […]

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IRENE update

This first official hurricane of 2011 is here and could be heading our way!! The storm is actually expected to strengthen over the next five days as well, possibly hitting our coast as a Category 3 hurricane. PLEASE stay up to date and have your hurricane kits ready.

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Tropical Storm IRENE

Could this be our first real threat this year??? As this storm is nearing Puerto Rico it continues to get better organized and may even become a hurricane on Monday as it reaches the Dominican Republic. Hopefully the high terrain of the Dominican will disrupt this storm as it’s projected path is headed for Florida […]

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Another crazy theft in Charleston August 18, 2011

A law office on lower King St. was robbed and vandalized a few weeks ago. The list of what was stolen was 3 laptops, a Gucci letter opener & 8 PowerBars (energy food)!! The most expensive item was the letter opener… I hope the law firm had a low property insurance deductible!! And “really” who steals PowerBars??

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Golf Cart Insurance

South Carolina laws governing golf cart use: *A person operating a golf cart must be at least sixteen years of age and have a valid driver’s license. *A golf cart may only be operated during daylight hours and must be within four miles of the address on the registration certificate. *The golf cart must have a registration certificate […]

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