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Insuring in the rainy season

by ecommerce | Jul 30, 2019


State weather bureau Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical, and Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) has officially declared that the rainy season has begun.


“The occurrence of scattered to at times widespread rainfall associated with the Southwest Monsoon during the past few days as observed by most PAGASA stations in the western section of the country confirms the onset of the rainy season,” said PAGASA chief Dr. Vicente Malano in a press statement.


The PAGASA report stated that the incoming rainy season will have between 10 to 15 tropical cyclones for this year, with each month from June up until late in the 4th quarter averaging to at least two tropical cyclones each. Between January to March of 2019, there have been three identified tropical cyclones: Tropical Depression Amang for January, Tropical Depression Betty for February, and Tropical Depression Chedeng for March.


With these inclement conditions, it is best to prepare for another rainy season by making sure that the things you value most are insured.


Malayan Insurance Co., Inc., a leading non-life insurance company in the Philippines, provides coverage for potential losses due to inclement weather. Malayan's suite of non-life insurance services cover everything from houses and buildings to extensive car insurance.


With Home Protect Plus, Malayan covers not just your home, but also its contents. It covers damages resulting from typhoons and floods, all of which are subject to underwriting evaluation and approval.


For automotive insurance, the company offers Malayan Automaster, with a comprehensive car insurance policy that safeguards all your vehicles, whether they are for personal use or for your growing business, against accidents due to natural calamities such as storms, landslides, or earthquakes.


Much has been said about the Filipino people's resilience: thunderstorms and cyclones arrive and leave our homes and communities with flooding, fallen trees, electrical shortage, damaged properties. Our tropical condition creates this, and with it we strive, endure.