Homeowners insurance companies are already responding to Hurricane Sandy claims

New York power outage from Hurricane Sandy- Homeowners Insurance fraud Coverage

Insurers are deciding whether or not to dispatch mobile claims units. Following the superstorm, homeowners insurance companies are already working to respond to the claims that have already started pouring in, including the decision as to whether or not mobile claims units will be justified and required. They want to process as much as possible before others return to their homes to see the damage. There are still some customers who live in regions where they are not yet able to go back to their homes in order to see…

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Damages start to add up for recent storm disasters

AIR Worldwide, a catastrophe modeling firm, is estimating that the damages from the ongoing winter storm ravaging the north-eastern United States, a storm the firm claims is the largest since the 1950’s, could be affecting more that 100 million people across 30 states. Insurers are saying the cost of damages to properties, automobiles, and persons could be as much as $1.4 billion – that would be the cost when the storm was at its peak during February 1st and 2nd. The storm broke snowfall records for most of the state…

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