Category: Insurance Issues

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Overhaul to Sandy Rebuilding Efforts

Bad Faith Insurance Lawyer

Hurricane Sandy victims are becoming increasingly vocal about the overall lack of assistance from the government and the insurance industry needed to repair or rebuild their homes.  On April 17th, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio promised… Read More »

Governor Christie Asks For Third FEMA Extension

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Even though 17 months have passed since Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern seaboard, many homeowners and businesses are still submitting flood insurance claims to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). In many cases, the reason is that home… Read More »

Frustrated Sandy Victims Look to Mayor de Blasio to Make Things Happen

Bad Faith / Declining to Pay

Hurricane Sandy victims in numerous New Jersey counties and all five Manhattan boroughs continue to fight with their homeowners’ insurance companies, struggle with state and federal agencies and wait patiently for efforts such as the Build it Back… Read More »

Fire In NJ Motel Housing Displaced Sandy Victims Kills 4 & Injures Many More

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The aftermath of Hurricane Sandy has been a nightmare for thousands of New Yorkers and New Jerseyans.  Many lost their homes and belongings and now find themselves embattled with their insurance companies that are dealing with them in… Read More »

Hurricane Sandy Victims Still Living In Trailers 16 Months Later – What’s Taking So Long?

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Natural disasters like Hurricane Sandy and its predecessors, Katrina, Ike and others have resulted in billions of dollars in home damage and destruction.  However, victims of Hurricane Sandy seem to be waiting longer than ever to get their… Read More »

Hurricane Sandy: Good Faith Insurance Practices Are a Two-Way Street

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The devastation that so many New Yorkers and New Jerseyans suffered after Hurricane Sandy has brought the issue of bad faith insurance practices into the public eye.   Thousands of homeowners and business owners continue to wait for their… Read More »

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