After the Hurricane, Dealing With Insurance Claims
By Ann Carrns
Published September 6, 2019 | The New York Times
As Hurricane Dorian churned north this week, residents along the Atlantic coast were preparing to assess the possible damage to their homes, and to determine what their insurance policies will cover.
Homeowners whose properties were affected by the storm should act as quickly as feasible to take stock of the extent and likely cause of any harm, said Amy Bach, the executive director of United Policyholders, a nonprofit organization that advocates for consumers.
“Focus on figuring out: What happened to your home, and what damage did it cause?” she said… [More]
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