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Grading Insurers' Sandy Claims ResponseJanuary 18, 2013The picture of how well or how poorly insurers responded to Hurricane Sandy is complex. While some carriers did outstanding work, others were slow to respond, disappointing the public, agents and brokers. Some carriers' legalistic wrangling about claims ha
Eyewitness to Sandy's Ravages in Northern NJDecember 04, 2012All over northern New Jersey downed, uprooted trees — and stacks of chain-sawed logs cleared from roads — remain in mute testimony of Superstorm Sandy's power.
N.Y. Governor Orders Insurers to Speed Up Sandy ClaimsNovember 30, 2012New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on
Thursday imposed emergency regulations on insurers to speed the
processing of claims from hundreds of thousands of state
residents whose properties were damaged or destroyed when
Superstorm Sandy struck a month ago.
White House Expected to Seek Billions in Sandy AidNovember 28, 2012The White House is expected
in the coming days to send Congress a multi-billion dollar
request to fund recovery from Superstorm Sandy, which caused an
estimated $71 billion in damages in New York and New Jersey.
Assessing the NFIP in Sandy’s Wake: Q&A with Rep. Earl BlumenauerNovember 15, 2012If Hurricane Katrina starkly exposed the fiscal inadequacy of the National Flood Insurance Program, Hurricane Sandy has only re-emphasized the need to maintain the momentum of reform in progress. Oregon Congressman Earl Blumenauer, a champion for reform of