Published: October 27, 2011 | Country: United States
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Tropical Storm Rina has brought heavy rainfall and winds to eastern Mexico, projected to continue over the next several days. As of Thursday, October 27, Rina was not projected to approach the United States.
Organizations with interests in areas affected by Rina should continue to monitor local news and advisories from the Mexican Secretariat of Governance and local agencies. The latest developments on storm activity can be found via the National Hurricane Center.
Organizations with interests in areas that could be affected by Hurricane Rina should continue to monitor local news and advisories from the Mexican Secretariat of Governance, the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, and various state and local agencies. The latest developments on storm activity can be found via the National Hurricane Center.
In addition, risk managers and business owners can continue to find relevant content on Marsh’s Disaster Recovery Portal, including:
Guidance is also available on risks to specific industries, including construction, real estate, and hospitality.
Information is also available on various Marsh services, including:
Marsh's local dedicated claims team and client executives are ready to support our clients with business recovery efforts. The local teams are supported by our regional and international claims teams, including a team of specialists for large or complex claims.
If you have business interests in the affected area, would like to review your business continuity planning, or have questions regarding your insurance cover, please contact your local Marsh Relationship Manager or:
- The Marsh Catastrophe Hotline at +1 866 252 7492; or
- Marsh Risk Consulting’s hotline at +1 212 345 9589 (+1 866 928 7475 within the U.S. and Canada).
To file a claim, contact your client executive or send an email to the appropriate address listed below: