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It’s never too early to begin removing flooded debris and taking charge of your recovery.

la clean upHere are some tips to dispose flooded debris safely and speed up removal:

  • First speak with your insurance adjuster. Contact information for your insurance company may be found on the Louisiana Department of Insurance website:www.ldi.la.gov/onlineservices/ActiveCompanySearch
  • Also speak with your local officials for any specific instructions they may have. Also notify them of any damage if you haven’t done so already. Contact information for your parish emergency management officials may be found online: GOHSEP.la.gov/about/parishpa
  • Take lots of pictures of flood damage and keep disaster-related receipts.
  • Place debris curbside. Debris cannot be collected on private property.
  • Do not prop up debris against trees and utility poles or place in the vicinity of fire hydrants and utility boxes. That makes it more difficult for cleanup crews to collect.
  • Debris should be separated into the following six categories:
    • Household garbage such as discarded food, packaging and papers.
    • Construction debris such as building materials, carpeting, furniture and mattresses.
    • Vegetation debris such as tree branches and leaves.
    • Household hazardous waste such as batteries, paints and cleaning supplies.
    • White goods such as refrigerators, washers/dryers, water heaters and air conditioners.
    • Electronics such as televisions, stereo equipment and computers.

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Dr. Lee Stevens was born in Happy, Texas.  He graduated UT Houston medical school in 1979. Dr. Stevens is board certified in Emergency Medicine, Family Practice and Psychiatry with sub-specialties in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Geriatric and Addiction Psychiatry. He retired from the US ARMY reserves as a Colonial in July of 2009. Dr. Stevens is happily married to June and combined they boast of thirteen grandchildren. He currently serves as Professor at LSUHSC - Shreveport and Deputy Coroner of Caddo Parish. Dr. Stevens is the current Secretary of Shreveport Medical Society and will begin his AMA Delegate term in January of 2013, he is also President of the LPMA.