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FEMA Has Reopened Superstorm Sandy Flood Claims. Don’t Let FEMA Shortchange You Yet Again.

Were you underpaid by FEMA?
If so, speak with Legal Counsel before doing anything.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is offering you the opportunity to have your Hurricane Sandy flood insurance claim reviewed if you believe that your claim was unjustly denied, underpaid, or mishandled. This comes after much scrutiny and accusations that the private insurance companies who help run the federal flood program shortchanged people on insurance payouts needed to repair or replace homes affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Do I Qualify?

Most likely, YES, if you previously filed a Sandy flood claim.

Home Owners

You have up to $250,000 in flood coverage for your home and up to an additional $100,000 for the contents in flood-damaged home. Let Our Attorneys work to help recover what you are owed.

Business Owners

You have up to $500,000 in flood coverage for your business and up to an additional $500,000 for the business contents damaged inside your business. Let Our Attorneys review your business claim and recover the remaining amounts you are owed.

Finding A Lawyer to Support Your New Jersey Sandy Claim.

If you filed a claim for flood insurance because of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy and would like our team of attorneys and flood experts to review you claim at no cost to you to determine if you may be eligible for an additional payment, please call us today.

Our flood experts know the ins and outs of flood damage and insurance coverage, which enables them to maximize the money owed to you for covered flood losses. Their experience adjusting flood insurance claims in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and fighting FEMA’s efforts to underpay claims is unparalleled. This knowledge allows our team to prepare, submit, and negotiate your claim directly with FEMA and obtain the maximum amount of additional compensation that you deserve.

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