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In coastal states, surging premiums for flood insurance are a hot topic. But the issue is also coming to the fore in inland states such as West Virginia.
New Jersey shore dwellers were promised that recovery funding would repay their out-of-pocket rebuilding expenses. Now, the story’s changed.
In a few cases, the latest FEMA flood map redraw has brought bad news.
Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu is using her power as committee chairwoman to attach a one-year moratorium on flood insurance rate hikes to a major Homeland Security funding bill.
Electric utilities in New York face a mounting list of property owners blaming them for the catastrophic overnight fires that consumed hundreds of houses during the Hurricane Sandy floods.
They haven’t changed the law yet. But Senators and Congressmen are urging FEMA to hold off on punishing flood insurance rate increases.
Some homeowners with foundations damaged by Sandy flooding are finding they can’t collect on their flood insurance policies.
The high-exposure “V Zone” on the Jersey shore is smaller than previously estimated, federal officials have announced.
After years without a blockbuster hurricane, Florida’s insurance funds are looking solid. But a controversial shakeup is raising eyebrows, and a heavy storm season could still bring trouble.
Texas Windstorm Insurance Reform Bill Fails, But Could Be Revived
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