Hurricane Harvey: How to Respond to Damage

projected path and rainfall for Hurricane Harvey as of 8/24/17Hurricane Harvey has caused damaging winds, storm surge, tornadoes, and rain that has impacted TASB Risk Management Fund (Fund) members and many others.

If the storm has caused damage to your buildings, vehicles, and/or other property, our goal is to help you get your students back in the classroom and your operation back to normal. We want to provide helpful information and assistance as a part of our service to members and stand ready to help guide you through the process of responding to damage.

Pictured above: Harvey's path as of 8/28/17 

If you are impacted by the hurricane and a member of the Fund, please follow the steps below:

  1. File a property claim or auto claim online. Someone will call you to follow up.‚Äč
  2. If you need immediate assistance, call 800.482.7276, ext. 6800.
  3. Keep your receipts for any temporary property repairs or mechanical repairs/detailing needed for your vehicles.

If the hurricane causes damage to your building and/or other property, our goal is to help you get your students back in the classroom and your operation back to normal. Our Protect Your Property: How To Respond To Storm Damage article provides you with a guide on how to protect your property with tips on how to respond to damage. You can also learn more about what to do in the Fund’s article about hurricane readiness.

Visit the National Hurricane Center website for additional information about the storm's progress.