Tag: New York insurance dispute attorneys

Frustrated With Insurance Companies, St. John’s Coach Rebuilds His Own House

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Homeowners and business owners still waiting on insurance proceeds are likely frustrated to the point of giving up.  Who can blame them?  It simply shouldn’t take a year to settle matters.  However, many New Yorkers and New Jerseyans… Read More »

FEMA Filing Deadline Extended 6 Months For Hurricane Sandy Victims

The deadline for filing a FEMA flood insurance claim is generally one year.  But Hurricane Sandy victims have an additional six months with the announced extension of the filing deadline until April 28, 2014. Many home and business… Read More »

NY Governor Says State Will Fully Compensate Hurricane Sandy Victims For FEMA Glitch

Homeowners whose properties were damaged or destroyed during Hurricane Sandy likely filed claims with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to rebuild or repair.  However, a glitch in FEMA’s rules resulted in some homeowners being unable to collect. … Read More »

Ocean County NJ Towns Overcharged $325K For Hurricane Sandy Debris Removal

Hurricane Sandy caused so much damage to towns in Ocean County, New Jersey that town officials had to hire out-of-state contractors to haul away the tons of debris scattered along the shore and inland.  While the clearing of… Read More »

Big Names Raise $30M For Hurricane Sandy Victims – In Some Unconventional Ways

Big name actors, directors and singers have been raising money for Hurricane Sandy victims as the first anniversary of the Superstorm approaches. More than $30 million was raised or donated over the past few months – some in… Read More »