Sandy flood insurance claims News

FEMA Extends ‘Proof of Loss’ Deadline for Sandy Flood Insurance Claims

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) issued a bulletin Monday announcing that it will grant an additional extension to Superstorm Sandy victims for the “proof of loss” filing deadline for their flood insurance claims. Under the National Flood Insurance Program …

N.J. Gov. Asks FEMA to Give Sandy Victims More Time to File Flood Claims

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s administration is urging the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to give the state’s residents and businesses who suffered flood damages from Superstorm Sandy an additional six-month extension to file a complete flood insurance claim, or …

N.J. Court Seeking Ways to Expedite Sandy Flood Litigation Process

A New Jersey federal court is seeking ways to expedite the litigation process for hundreds of flood insurance coverage-related cases that have been filed in wake of Superstorm Sandy. The U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey announced …

FEMA Says No Deadline Extension for Filing Sandy Flood Insurance Suits

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said it cannot extend the deadline for Superstorm Sandy victims who may want to file lawsuits challenging a denial or disallowance of all or part of their federal flood insurance claims. FEMA’s announcement is …

Schumer: Sandy Victims Need More Time to Challenge NFIP Payout Amounts in Court

Two U.S. senators representing New York State, Sen. Charles Schumer and Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, this week called on Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to extend the statute of limitations for Sandy victims seeking to legally challenge their flood insurance payout …

Sandy Victims Get 6 More Months to File FEMA Doc

Victims of Superstorm Sandy still fighting for a bigger insurance payment from the companies that administer the federal flood insurance program are getting a six-month extension to file critical paperwork. The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced the decision Tuesday, even …