As the weeks following Sandy have stretched into months, and the months are beginning to stretch into years, businesses and homeowners with unresolved claims have been asking me whether it’s worthwhile to complain about their carrier to the New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance (“DOBI”).
Is There a Battle Going On Over Hurricane Sandy-Inspired Bills That Propose to Eliminate Anti-concurrent Cause Provisions from Policies?
I have previously written about several Hurricane Sandy-inspired bills in New York and New Jersey, noting how they appear to have policyholder interests at the forefront of their terms.
As we close out our reflections on Superstorm Sandy, we conclude with a note from Executive Director, Mark O’Brien. We extend our thanks to our partners who continue to work to help those affected by the storm and to our supporters for your generosity. And for those looking to help, we encourage you to join in the race!
With the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy fast approaching, policyholders who sustained damage during the storm who have not yet settled their insurance claims, may be running up against some contractually imposed deadlines.
The New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance is once again asking questions of insurers concerning their handling of Sandy claims.
Pro Bono Net is proud to present this series of interviews reflecting on the legal help provided to victims of Superstorm Sandy in the months following the storm.
New York Governor Announces Plan to Compensate Victims of Superstorm Sandy Denied Coverage Based On FEMA Regulation
Governor Cuomo recently announced that Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Irene, and Tropical Storm Lee victims who have been denied coverage on their flood claims based on a controversial FEMA regulation, will be fully compensated through the New York State Housing Recovery Program.
Homeowners and residential buildings still recovering from the devastating effects of “Superstorm Sandy” have just been provided some additional breathing room.
In what should come as little surprise to those who have been following the news of New Jersey’s efforts to recover from Hurricane Sandy, it has been announced that the Seaside Heights Boardwalk fire was caused by electrical wiring damaged in Hurricane Sandy.