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George Ryan Jr. Insurance Group, Inc.

719 N. Convent St Bourbonnais, IL 60914

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Flood Insurance in Illinois

Did you know that the annual claims for flood damages exceed $2 billion? Don’t leave yourself exposed to risks any longer. Have flood insurance coverage from George Ryan Jr. Insurance Group.

Flooding to your home can happen in many different ways. You don’t always have to live near a river, lake, stream, or the ocean. Natural disasters such as heavy rainfall or hurricanes can also cause serious water damages to your residence. In all reality, you are 5 times more likely to file a flood claim than a fire claim. So what can you do to keep your loved ones and home safe from such exposures?

Not only is preparation key, but so is finding the right protection. It is important to understand that your homeowners insurance is not going to protect you when a flood comes along. Instead, you will deal with tremendous out-of-pocket expenses. Most homeowners policies do not specifically cover flood damage or any related clean-up costs.

This is why at George Ryan Jr. Insurance Group, we are here to offer you our flood insurance. Such protection will help you round out your home insurance well, since you may find peace of mind in knowing you are safe when water damages do occur on your property. It is never too late to be safe and secure in the place you should feel most comfortable. This policy provides protection against damage caused by:

  • Floods
  • Overflow
  • Surface run-off
  • And much more…

We all take on a little bit of risk every day, which is why our team is here to protect you from the unexpected. Contact us today at 800-647-5121 to learn more about our comprehensive, affordable flood insurance!

WHY WORK WITH GEORGE RYAN JR. INSURANCE GROUP?

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  • Illinois
  • California
  • Florida
  • Indiana
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • Missouri
  • New Mexico
  • Ohio
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Wisconsin