10 Realities of the Sandy Claims Process
10. Walk in Policyholders’ Shoes
At least I have waterfront property now. I guess being a claims adjuster [and] having this happen is like the plumber with a leaky faucet or the shoemaker with holes in his shoes. But seriously, we've had numerous fatalities in our neighborhood -- I can compare it to some areas I handled during Katrina.
— Keith Goss (Pictured at Right), a Staten Island, N.Y.-based property claims manager with Assurant Specialty Property, whose neighborhood was flooded by Sandy’s storm surge, damaging his belongings and totaling his cars.
Source: Insurance & Technology