Area devastated by a hurricane shows damaged buildings & vehicles and downed trees and debris. Depending on a storm's severity, adjusters may not be able to access a disaster site for anywhere from 24 hours to several days after a hurricane. (Photo: Terry Kelly/Shutterstock.com)

Although the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season has been relatively quiet thus far, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) still predicted a 60% chance of an above-normal year in its revised forecast. Therefore, the time is now for insurance companies to prepare for the next landfalling catastrophe.

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