Will Hurricane Harvey Adjusters and Their Flood Claims Managers Be Courageous Like Texans Have Been After Being Called Upon in Hurricane Harvey?

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After watching my video, many may think those who fortunately purchased hurricane flood coverage will be paid promptly and for the full amount. Please read our prior posts about what has happened in the past with National Flood Adjustments: FEMA Whistleblowers Speak-Out at Washington, DC Hearing Fraudulent Superstorm Sandy Flood Expert Reports FEMA Extends Deadline… Read more »

NFIP Flood Insurance Claims Handbook

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      If you have insurance, it’s important to call your agent or insurance company as soon as possible to begin the claims process. By regulation, the NFIP adjusters are suppose to immediately provide the official NFIP Flood Insurance Claims Handbook but I know from experience when I worked claims for the NFIP after… Read more »

Catastrophe Adjusters Are Often Inexperienced

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Catastrophe adjusters are often inexperienced. Some of the storm troopers adjusting Superstorm Sandy claims have caused frustration for New York and New Jersey policyholders who deserve much better service at a crucial time. At seminars that were held in New Jersey and in New York, Jeff  Dobbins of  TSSA  Storm Safe played the following audio clearly demonstrating… Read more »

Flood Calamity Continues In Houston and Beyond; Harvey Edges Toward Coast

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  The nation’s worst flood disaster since Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy continued to unfold late Sunday across Houston and nearby parts of southeast Texas, as Tropical Storm Harvey punished the area with record-shredding rainfall. As of 6:00 pm CDT Sunday, Harvey was centered about 10 miles northeast of Victoria, TX, moving southeast toward the coast at a mere 3… Read more »

Only about 1 in 5 Texas homeowners has flood protection

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Though Harvey has been downgraded to a tropical storm, the weather system that could bring as many as 40 inches of rain is expected to devastate southeast Texas with widespread flooding. But despite a history of damaging waters in the Lone Star state, only a small percentage of Texans carry flood insurance, coverage offered almost exclusively by… Read more »

Tips to Avoid Contractor Scams After Storm Damage

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Whether you’re dealing with the aftermath of a flood, hurricane, tornado, or any other natural disaster, you can be sure that scams will abound. Being able to recognize scams is the key to avoiding them. How scammers operate When a community is in the midst of cleaning up after a disaster, rip-off artists know that opportunities await…. Read more »