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Hatteras Island Mandatory Evacuation

Mandatory Evacuation Issued for Visitors on Hatteras Island

In response to hurricane Maria, Dare County North Carolina has issued a mandatory evacuation order for Hatteras Island visitors effective today, September 25, 2017.

The Dare County Control Group met this morning and has declared a state of emergency for Dare County, issuing a mandatory evacuation for all Hatteras Island visitors effective at 12 noon today. Visitors on Hatteras Island should pack all of their belongings and depart as soon as possible, before conditions deteriorate and driving becomes hazardous. Be sure to communicate with your accommodations provider before leaving.

To read the complete notice, click here.

Berkshire Hathaway Vacation Protection: List of Foreseen Events

Berkshire Hathaway has announced the following updates to its list of recent foreseen events.  For purchases made after the date indicated, coverage for the specific foreseen event will not apply:

  • Chiapas Earthquake – 9/8/7
  • London Subway Explosion – 9/15/17
  • Hurricane Maria – 9/17/17
  • Mexico City Earthquake – 9/19/17

For policy questions or to file a claim for Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection, Berkshire Hathaway Vacation Protection, or Berkshire Hathaway Vacation Protection – CFAR, see the below contact information:

IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS

For Claims questions: 1 (855) 487-1745 (5am-11pm CST 7 days a week)

For Policy & Coverage questions: 1 (844) 716-8413 (24 hours, 7 days a week, 365 days)

Hurricane Irma: Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection Coverage Alert

Please be advised that Hurricane Irma falls within Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection guidelines, policy terms and conditions as inclement weather and potentially a natural disaster.

The NOAA National Hurricane Center declared Irma a named hurricane at 11AM AST on Thursday August 31, 2017.

Policies purchased prior to 11AM AST Thursday August 31, 2017 may cover the event. Benefits will only be paid for losses occurring within 14 days after the named hurricane makes the destination uninhabitable or inaccessible. Policies purchased after the date and time of the naming of Hurricane Irma will not qualify for coverage related to this storm.

For more information on the status of Irma and other storms, please refer to: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Please note that terms and conditions may vary by program; please refer to the actual policy. All claims should be adjudicated on their own circumstances and merits.

Please let us know if you have any concerns or questions. Thank you.

Hurricane Jose: Berkshire Travel Protection Coverage Alert

Please be advised that Hurricane Jose falls within Berkshire Hathaway Travel Protection guidelines, policy terms and conditions as inclement weather and potentially a natural disaster.

The NOAA National Hurricane Center declared Jose a named hurricane at 5pm AST on Wednesday September 6, 2017.

Policies purchased prior to 5pm AST Wednesday, September 6, 2017 may cover the event. Benefits will only be paid for losses occurring within 14 days after the named hurricane makes the destination uninhabitable or inaccessible. Policies purchased after the date and time of the naming of Hurricane Jose will not qualify for coverage related to this storm.

For more information on the status of Jose and other storms, please refer to: http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/

Please note that terms and conditions may vary by program; please refer to the actual policy. All claims should be adjudicated on their own circumstances and merits.

Please let us know if you have any concerns or questions. Thank you.