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Hard lessons about flood insurance policies

Hard lessons about flood insurance policiesNews from USA TODAY: Susan Tompor, Detroit Free Press 7 a.m. EDT August 31, 2014 A home and three vehicles are surrounded by the Souris River flood waters in the Minot, N.D., neighborhood of Oak Park on June 25, 2011.(Photo: File photo by Charles Rex Arbogast, AP) 15 CONNECT … [...]

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Aurora reminds residents to think about flood insurance

Aurora reminds residents to think about flood insuranceNews from Aurora Beacon News: Beacon-News Staff April 29, 2014 6:18PM Updated: April 30, 2014 2:28AM While the last winter’s snow and brutal cold may be a memory, Aurora officials are reminding residents that springtime weather can also cause havoc in the form of heavy rains, winds, and [...]

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Lawmakers complain about backlog of flood insurance claims

Lawmakers complain about backlog of flood insurance claimsNews from Asbury Park Press: Reset your password Enter your email and we will send you a link to reset your password. Email Reset my password Cancel OK Resend Email You must have browser cookies enabled to view our site. It’s possible that your browser cookies are turned [...]

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How About a Little Flood Insurance Reform?

How About a Little Flood Insurance Reform?News from Daily Beast: Our friend and sometime contributor Eli Lehrer (of the R Street think tank) has been warning for years against the recklessness of friendly subsidies to building on storm-threatened beachfronts. Today the New York Times takes up his issue. A coalition in Washington called SmarterSafer.org, made [...]

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6 Things to Know About Flood Insurance

6 Things to Know About Flood InsuranceNews from ABC News: The extent of the devastation to homes and businesses caused by Sandy is still emerging, but it is already being estimated in the tens of billions of dollars. The overwhelming cause of the damage was flooding which inundated whole towns, broke gas mains, swamped power [...]

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Top 6 Myths, Facts About Flood, Hurricane Insurance Protection

Top 6 Myths, Facts About Flood, Hurricane Insurance ProtectionNews from 770kob: (NEW YORK) — As Hurricane Sandy make its way along the Atlantic Coast, disaster experts are reminding U.S. residents that flooding is the country’s number one natural hazard, according to the National Flood Insurance Program, which Congress created in 1968. Meteorologists were calling Hurricane [...]

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FEMA offers answers to survivors with questions about flood insurance

FEMA offers answers to survivors with questions about flood insuranceNews from Donaldsonville Chief:   One of the most damaging effects of hurricanes and tropical storms can be the flooding they cause. For thousands of Louisianians whose homes and property sustained flood damage as a result of Hurricane Isaac, help is available through the National Flood [...]

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Confusion about flood insurance

Confusion about flood insuranceNews from KTNV Las Vegas: By Tina Patel CREATED 4:35 PM Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) – The water may have receded, people living by the Desert Rose Golf Course are still recovering. Some of the streets with the most damage were not in a federally designated flood zone.  That’s why many owners like [...]

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Florida Insurance Agency Urges Locals to Think About Flood Insurance in the …

Florida Insurance Agency Urges Locals to Think About Flood Insurance in the …News from RedOrbit: July 3, 2012 With some areas experiencing a foot or more of rainfall due to Tropical Storm Debby, Patrons Insurance Agency offers advice to Florida residents about the importance of flood insurance. Largo, FL (PRWEB) July 03, 2012 In light [...]

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Romulus upset about flood insurance map

Romulus upset about flood insurance mapNews from Detroit Free Press: Since the real estate market crashed, Danielle Gibson’s home in the Eureka and Middlebelt area of Romulus has taken a hit. Gibson, 41, a barber, bought her house for $ 130,000 eight years ago but today it is worth about $ 70,000. Now, her home [...]

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