NYC Borough Beaches Open After Hurricane Sandy Cleanup

NYC-Borough-Beaches-Open-After-Hurricane-Sandy-Cleanup-ImageMany of New York City’s borough beaches have opened for summertime fun, but it wasn’t without a lot of effort.  Nearly 8,000 volunteers spent the past seven months helping the New York City Parks Department repair beach areas damaged during Hurricane Sandy.

The resolve of New York residents is truly astounding.  Although Hurricane Sandy ravaged New York coastal areas seven months ago, New Yorkers were determined to move forward.  According to the New York Daily News, nearly 8,000 volunteers have helped the Parks Department get most of New York City area beaches open for the season.

Unfortunately, some of the hardest hit areas on Staten Island and Long Island are still undergoing repairs including Staten Island’s South Beach and approximately 17 miles of Long Island beaches.

Moving Forward

Although New Yorkers always seem to have the resolve to move forward, some are still not fully able to as they continue to battle their homeowners’ insurance carriers for payment for wind damage, flooding damage and roof damage after Hurricane Sandy.

Regardless of whether your legitimate homeowners’ insurance claim was denied, is being delayed or if you’ve been offered a low-ball settlement, the New York City bad faith insurance attorneys at Belluck & Fox can help you cut through the red tape once and for all.