Thursday, 10 November 2011

More flooding in the South of France kills 3

We have just received this enews letter from The Riviera Times / Riviers Zeitung from the South of France.

They are running a rather worrying headline "France floods kills three" - Three deaths have so far been reported in the Var as part of ongoing torrential weather conditions. Apparently a homeless German was found dead on Saturday 5th November and  a couple aged in their 70s from Bagnols-en-ForĂȘt were found dead in the early hours of Sunday 6th November.

The weather was becoming very wet at the end of the G20 summit in Cannes at the end of last week and reports from a correspondent in Grasse on Saturday said there was a lot of water pouring down the hilly streets. Weather conditions are now improving according to Meteo France with a lot of sun this weekend again and temperatures reaching 19 degrees in the Nice area. To see the Riviera Times report in full Click Here

If you have a holiday home or main residence in the South of France, make sure that you are properly insured. Having difficulty understanding your French insurance policy wording? Why not take out a policy written in English from an UK based insurance company? Find out more Here

What about if the property is in the UK and you are having difficulty getting or finding reasonably priced insurance for properties in flood risk areas? Take a look at this section of the jml-insurance website Here

Make sure you have adequate property insurance this winter. It could be a long hard winter...you never know.

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