What is not covered by insurance after a hurricane? Well, the first answer the question is, whatever’s not covered by your insurance policies as far as what’s not covered. So let’s start with, do you have flood insurance? Flood insurance is necessary to cover your loss as a result of rising waters or flooding. If you don’t have flood insurance, you don’t have coverage for rising waters or flooding. If you have homeowner’s insurance, again, you need to look at what coverages you have. And, if you don’t have wind coverage, well then you not gonna be covered for any wind damage to your home. Also on your homeowner’s insurance, there’s a hurricane deductible damage caused as a result of a hurricane. And I believe the smallest percentage of your policy is like 3%. So if your home is insured for a hundred thousand or, let’s say $200,000, the first $6,000 of damages is not covered by your, your homeowner’s insurance and that there’s a hurricane deductible. My suggestion is that you might wish to contact your insurance agent before you have a problem, or if there’s a hurricane coming your way, give them a call and ask them what exactly what coverages you do have. I’m not an insurance expert and don’t practice insurance law. And this is more of a practical approach to your insurance. If you have any questions, give me a call at (727) 847-2288.