Aon is committed to helping organizations respond quickly and appropriately to rapidly changing situations that may impact their business. Aon's Rapid Response team is ready to support clients in preparing for hurricanes, mitigating losses from hurricanes and other natural disasters, and quantifying and presenting property and business interruption claims.
If you are an Aon Rapid Response client, and you are impacted by a loss, you can activate the service 24/7/365 via the Aon Crisis Operation Center in the U.S. by calling +1.855.218.8167, internationally at +1.312.470.3055 or by sending an email to email@example.com
For timely updates on hurricane tracking, watches/warning and reports from the National Hurricane Center, please subscribe to our Cat Alerts, prepared by meteorologists from Aon Benfield's Impact Forecasting unit. Subscribe to Cat Alerts at firstname.lastname@example.org and visit the Impact Forecasting site for reports and thought leadership.
Please visit the Aon Situation Room for the latest information and risk intelligence on recent catastrophic events and losses. Aon's vast network of risk experts and relationship managers work closely with affected clients around the globe to assess damage, understand the implications and provide guidance and resources throughout the recovery process.
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Industry-leading hurricane season forecasts from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Colorado State University and Tropical Storm Risk (an Aon Benfield-sponsored company).
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Cat Alerts, from Aon Benfield's Impact Forecasting unit, provide up-to-date details and commentary on developing major storms around the world. Contact us to subscribe to Cat Alerts at: email@example.com