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Panama Flood Insurance

Fire InsuranceIt is important that you check your fire insurance policy to make sure that is contains coverage for flood and water damage.

Fire Insurance policies for structures in the Republic of Panama are similar to those issued in the USA, Canada and Europe. The basic fire policy usually includes "extended coverage" for occurrences other than fire. This extended coverage should include Flood & Water damage, Explosion, Earthquake, Windstorm, Lightning, Smoke damage, Falling Objects and Debris Removal after an incident.

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Does my Panama Fire Policy Cover "Windstorm"?

Fire Insurance With the recent occurrence of a large "Waterspout" in the vicinity of Punta Paitilla/Pacifica on Christmas Day, I have been asked to express an opinion about the coverage available in the average Panama Fire policy. Driving down Via Brazil that afternoon, I couldn't believe my eyes as I witnessed this "monster" move near Paitilla. If your policy has "extended coverage", the "windstorm" optional risk should pay for damages caused by wind (vendaval), Hurricane (Huracan), Tornado, or Waterspout (Tromba Marina). For coverage to protect your property call Kevin 322-1603 or Carmen 322-1605 More...
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Another Reason to Have Fire/Homeowners Insurance in Panama

Fire InsuranceA great article by Mike Horrell with pics of the Christmas Day "Waterspout" off of Punta Paitilla/Punta Pacifica! We have "windstorm/waterspout coverage in our fire insurance policies. For a policy to protect you from this event, call Kevin 322-1603 or Carmen 322-1605.

http://www.panama-guide.com/article.php/20061226065848271
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Purchasing a SAFE in Panama!

Fire InsuranceContributed by: Brett Mikkelson

http://bminvestigations.com/

Upon purchasing a safe, there are several general things that you should account for to ensure you are buying the right one for your needs.

1. Security is obviously the first and foremost point that you need to take into consideration. There are safes to hold documents, (fire resistant for 1-2 hours), and there are three levels of theft prevention safes as well (high, medium and low).