Mar 6, 2024

Preparing for Hurricane Sally


You never know how much damage a hurricane will cause until it hits. Between extreme wind and flash flooding, Hurricane Sally comes with significant potential for destruction. The good news is, you can minimize your losses by preparing yourself for the event.

The coasts of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida are already seeing flooding, and some areas are expected to see up to 24 inches of rain, according to NPR. Mandatory evacuations are in effect in parts of Louisiana such as Grand Isle and St. Charles Parish. 

If you do suffer hurricane damage, don’t wait to contact the attorneys at Morgan & Morgan. We don’t get paid until we win, so fill out a free case evaluation form at no risk to you.

What to Expect

Weather forecasts aren’t perfect, but all hurricanes tend to come with similar types of hazards. According to reports, you can expect Hurricane Sally to bring:

  • High surf
  • Tropical storm winds
  • Tornadoes
  • Heavy rainfall
  • Flash flooding

Preparing for the Hurricane

Although you can’t control the impact of a hurricane, you can set yourself up to weather the storm safely. Here are some steps you can take to keep your family and property safe during Hurricane Sally.

  • Keep an eye on weather forecasts
  • Park your car in the garage
  • Charge your electronics
  • Establish a shelter room
  • Secure any important documents

Contact Morgan & Morgan

Storms like Hurricane Sally may severely damage your home or workplace, which is why it’s so important to have insurance; however, insurance companies may deny your claim or try to pay you less than you’re actually owed. That’s where Morgan & Morgan comes in. We have the resources to take on the biggest bullies and win, and we don’t take a penny until we successfully resolve your case.

You deserve full and fair compensation for your losses, and it’s our job to make sure you get it. Fill out a free, no-obligation case evaluation to find out how we can help.