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As promised, FEMA has begun to offer homeowners a second chance to have their Hurricane Sandy flood insurance claims evaluated.
Texas trial lawyer Steve Mostyn says a Travelers subsidiary, Standard Fire Insurance, sat on controversial files for a year after a federal judge ordered the documents disclosed.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency, taking ownership of widespread claims adjustment problems in the National Flood Insurance Program, will offer to re-open any flood insurance claim stemming from Hurricane Sandy, a New Jersey Congressman reports.
Insurance agents say FEMA is hitting all beachfront policyholders with a $250-per-year rate increase that should only apply to second homes.
Legislators from Texas coastal counties are taking another stab at reforming their state’s insurance programs to create security for hurricane-zone homeowners.
Hundreds of Hurricane Sandy flood insurance lawsuits may be moving toward settlement, as FEMA officials work at compromise following abuse revelations.
As lawyers maneuver, a FEMA official has conceded widespread fraud against flooded-out homeowners in the National Flood Insurance Program — and thousands more cases may be coming to light.
An engineering firm is raided by prosecutors, an insurance company offers a full payout, and FEMA looks to settle more than a thousand cases as lawyers for homeowners start to play hardball in the Sandy flood insurance fight. And this might be just the beginning.
Sarasota, Florida has 90 days to challenge FEMA’s new flood-plain maps.
Florida homeowners pay dearly to insure their properties. And some state officials say it’s time for that to change.
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