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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 »

Belluck & Fox Hurricane Sandy’s Lasting Impressions on Victims Hard to Overcome

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For those who watched TV footage of Hurricane Sandy back in 2012, the destruction seemed almost inconceivable.  While many made contributions and did what they could to help from a distance, most of those people simply moved on… 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 »

Hurricane Sandy Demolition Program Set To Commence In Many NJ Towns

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After Hurricane Sandy hit the eastern seaboard, many homeowners sought to repair and rebuild their properties as soon as possible. However, many others whose homes were destroyed simply boarded up what was left and never returned. The situation… Read More »

19 Months after Hurricane Sandy & Many Still Waiting For Relief

Hurricane Sandy’s path of destruction affected those in the coastal areas of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut in a way that no other storm has in the recent past. Many homeowners experienced severe damage or complete destruction… 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 »