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New York Opens Criminal Probe into Sandy Insurance Denials

The heat is still building on insurance companies and engineering firms accused of possible fraud in the re-writing of flood claim investigator reports. More

Insurance Companies Catch More Flak Over Sandy Case Handling

Insurance companies are facing political pressure and class-action lawsuits after a Federal case uncovered questionable flood insurance claims adjusting practices. More

Jersey Shore Recovery Update

New Jersey’s Brick Township is still working on shore protection and home elevation. More

Judge Slaps Insurance Company Lawyers in Sandy Flood Case

Are flood insurance carriers fudging homeowner claim paperwork after catastrophic storms? A federal magistrate in a Long Island Hurricane Sandy-related flood insurance lawsuit has sanctioned insurance company attorneys for failing to tell the whole story. More

Combining Decks and Patios

One offers easy access to the house, while the other cost-effectively provides a... More

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Replacing a Screened Porch with a Four-Season Sunroom

There's a lot more to the process than simply replacing the screens with windows. More

New York Two Years After Hurricane Sandy

The national and local press takes stock of the situation in New York and vicinity, two years after Superstorm Sandy devastated coastal areas around the city. More

"Build It Back" Program Isn't, Says NYC Report

New York City’s Department of Investigation reports that the city’s recovery program for Hurricane Sandy victims has little to brag about after two years. More

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