Tag: Bad Faith / Declining to Pay

Almost Two Years Later, Still Waiting for Sandy Reimbursement

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie told a town hall meeting in Haddon Heights last month that the Federal government is to blame for homeowners still waiting for checks to cover flood damage from Superstorm Sandy, reports PolitickerNJ.com. Homeowners… Read More »

New Law Gives Hurricane Sandy Victims Big Tax Break

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Hurricane Sandy victims haven’t gotten many breaks in the nearly 20 months since the Superstorm hit the eastern seaboard and caused over $50 billion in damage. Most homeowners who sought to repair and rebuild have been fighting with… Read More »

Staten Islanders Getting an Extra $3M to Help Rebuild Shoreline & Infrastructure

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Although Hurricane Sandy devastated many parts of the eastern seaboard, residents of Staten Island New York were particularly affected.  Residents of the shoreline beach community that overlooks the Manhattan skyline have proven to be a very resolute group…. 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

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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 »