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Underpaid Flood Damages

If you know somebody down the shore whose home suffered flood damage, please forward them my contact info. Claims involving FEMA are complicated and notoriously underpaid and or denied.

Insurance fact # 1

Homeowners or Businessowner's insurance does not cover you for flood damage. Flood insurance is a completely separate policy. 

Homeowners or Businessowner's policies are generally comprehensive in coverage. Flood insurance is a limited policy with very confusing policy language. 

Insurance adjusters working for the companies are not motivated to see to it that you are paid properly under any of these three policies. 

Need help?www.resolveadjustment.com 215-352-5202

I am also a FEMA Certified Flood Adjuster with specialized training but I choose to work for the policyholders NOT the insurance carriers.

 

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George February 07, 2013 at 02:20 PM
Thank you for the unpaid advertisement. Patch should charge for posting the commercial website and Pennsy phone number!

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