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FEMA has a new webpage called “Hurricane Sandy NFIP Claims”

Apr 8, 2015 | News & Views

Hurricane Sandy NFIP Claims

For National Flood Insurance Program policyholders who were affected by Hurricane Sandy, FEMA’s deputy associate administrator for insurance recorded a short video that is available on FEMA’s new claims resource page.

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The page contains information and updates for National Flood Insurance Program policyholders who were affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Overview
Litigation between policyholders and their National Flood Insurance Program insurers (“Write Your Own” or FEMA) presented the court and the NFIP with allegations of questionable engineering reports related to claims adjustment.
FEMA is:
Assisting policyholders to reach settlement and resolution of flood claims currently in litigation.
Committed to look across National Flood Insurance Program claims resulting from Hurricane Sandy by establishing a transparent process to ensure policyholders who are not part of ongoing litigation, but who believe they may have been impacted by similar circumstances as those in litigation, will have an avenue to have their claims reviewed.
Currently developing this process and further details will be available in coming weeks.
Updates and additional information will be posted to the site as it becomes available.

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Updates on Reforms Underway

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