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Government Tells NJ Hurricane Victims to Demolish Their Homes Immediately or pay $2,000 Per Week

 
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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I would never live below sea level or close to the ocean anyway...just like when villages get destroyed by a volcano and everyone acts surprised...that's just retarded.

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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
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I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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I would never live below sea level or close to the ocean anyway...just like when villages get destroyed by a volcano and everyone acts surprised...that's just retarded.
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Me neither, but by that criteria there is actually no "safe" place to live in the U.S., considering hurricanse, tornadoes, volcanoes, floods, sink-holes, landslides, and earthquakes. I know - let's all move to CANADA!!!!
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
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I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
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Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
 Quoting: Eggcellent


It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
 Quoting: andawg221


I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
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Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
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That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
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It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
 Quoting: andawg221


I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
 Quoting: andawg221


That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
 Quoting: BRIEF


I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
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I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
 Quoting: andawg221


That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
 Quoting: BRIEF


I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?

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Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
 Quoting: andawg221


That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
 Quoting: BRIEF


I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
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Is that your way of admitting you are wrong on this discussion?
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That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
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I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
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Is that your way of admitting you are wrong on this discussion?
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How can a person's opinion be wrong?
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Wow bro, you are incompetent!

If you call 911 and nobody else does they will arrive in minutes usually. If you and 20 neighbors call, chances are somebody is gonna be waiting.
 Quoting: andawg221


That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
 Quoting: BRIEF


I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
 Quoting: BRIEF


If your local agent just had their house ripped apart and the office, you can call anytime and chances are you are gonna get a voice mail.
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That's your problem, you're dialing 911 instead of your insurance company...retard
 Quoting: BRIEF


I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
 Quoting: BRIEF


If your local agent just had their house ripped apart and the office, you can call anytime and chances are you are gonna get a voice mail.
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Call the 800 # on the back of your insurance card or contract then...
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That's what needs to be done in nicer areas...Katrina's victims, Haiti, and other shit-holes not included of course...
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I don't understand what you are saying.

You mean they should be fined?
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If my home was destroyed, I'd have insurance out there immediately and repairs done directly after, but if my neighbors let their houses sit in rubble like a pile of shit I'd be pissed...no need to drag their feet, get the ball rolling and rebuild.
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It's not like one house got damaged.

Not to mention local insurance offices most likely were damaged too.
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are you making excuses for the insurance companies....????

usually they can still work out of other areas, what would be the point of the insurance.
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I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Is that your way of admitting you are wrong on this discussion?
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How can a person's opinion be wrong?
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We aren't talking opinions. It's a fact, a bunch of houses and businesses got destroyed.

By your comments of you call and stay on top of them is simple stupidity to think that works in this scenario.
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I simplified for you.

The point is if you wake up and 1 person has called you, you probably call back within an hour or less.

If you woke up and 25 people had called it may take you all day or maybe two for you to return everyone's call.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
 Quoting: BRIEF


If your local agent just had their house ripped apart and the office, you can call anytime and chances are you are gonna get a voice mail.
 Quoting: andawg221


Call the 800 # on the back of your insurance card or contract then...
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Right, then you sit and wait.
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Call during business hours and you shouldn't be waking people up...insurance companies have lots of adjusters standing by...I see you got unbanned...still karma trolling?
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Is that your way of admitting you are wrong on this discussion?
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How can a person's opinion be wrong?
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We aren't talking opinions. It's a fact, a bunch of houses and businesses got destroyed.

By your comments of you call and stay on top of them is simple stupidity to think that works in this scenario.
 Quoting: andawg221


Sure it would work, unless you bought a nickle home policy from a guy working from the trunk of his car...big national insurance companies have thousands of offices...
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I don't understand what you are saying.

You mean they should be fined?
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If my home was destroyed, I'd have insurance out there immediately and repairs done directly after, but if my neighbors let their houses sit in rubble like a pile of shit I'd be pissed...no need to drag their feet, get the ball rolling and rebuild.
 Quoting: BRIEF


It's not like one house got damaged.

Not to mention local insurance offices most likely were damaged too.
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are you making excuses for the insurance companies....????

usually they can still work out of other areas, what would be the point of the insurance.
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No, just the fact of the matter being they can't possibly handle the volume of claims in a manner that would justify fines.

I'm sure people aren't going huh I wonder if I should use my insurance?
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Obama always says "Jobs"
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If my home was destroyed, I'd have insurance out there immediately and repairs done directly after, but if my neighbors let their houses sit in rubble like a pile of shit I'd be pissed...no need to drag their feet, get the ball rolling and rebuild.
 Quoting: BRIEF


It's not like one house got damaged.

Not to mention local insurance offices most likely were damaged too.
 Quoting: andawg221

are you making excuses for the insurance companies....????

usually they can still work out of other areas, what would be the point of the insurance.
 Quoting: Daniel of the Rose


No, just the fact of the matter being they can't possibly handle the volume of claims in a manner that would justify fines.

I'm sure people aren't going huh I wonder if I should use my insurance?
 Quoting: andawg221


In situations like this they will get a group of inspectors/adjustors and check out all their clients in the affected area, you probably wouldn't even have to call, they'd just show up and inspect your shit.
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Is that your way of admitting you are wrong on this discussion?
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How can a person's opinion be wrong?
 Quoting: BRIEF


We aren't talking opinions. It's a fact, a bunch of houses and businesses got destroyed.

By your comments of you call and stay on top of them is simple stupidity to think that works in this scenario.
 Quoting: andawg221


Sure it would work, unless you bought a nickle home policy from a guy working from the trunk of his car...big national insurance companies have thousands of offices...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Ok, let's even say for the sake of argument that's the case.

How long does it take to demolish and build just one house?

I'm guessing winter would make this process even longer.
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It's not like one house got damaged.

Not to mention local insurance offices most likely were damaged too.
 Quoting: andawg221

are you making excuses for the insurance companies....????

usually they can still work out of other areas, what would be the point of the insurance.
 Quoting: Daniel of the Rose


No, just the fact of the matter being they can't possibly handle the volume of claims in a manner that would justify fines.

I'm sure people aren't going huh I wonder if I should use my insurance?
 Quoting: andawg221


In situations like this they will get a group of inspectors/adjustors and check out all their clients in the affected area, you probably wouldn't even have to call, they'd just show up and inspect your shit.
 Quoting: BRIEF


So then they would know when they could tear down. But still how long til a demolition crew shows up?
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How can a person's opinion be wrong?
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We aren't talking opinions. It's a fact, a bunch of houses and businesses got destroyed.

By your comments of you call and stay on top of them is simple stupidity to think that works in this scenario.
 Quoting: andawg221


Sure it would work, unless you bought a nickle home policy from a guy working from the trunk of his car...big national insurance companies have thousands of offices...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Ok, let's even say for the sake of argument that's the case.

How long does it take to demolish and build just one house?

I'm guessing winter would make this process even longer.
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The fines are so people don't sit on their thumbs, once you get the ball rolling they aren't going to fine you...
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are you making excuses for the insurance companies....????

usually they can still work out of other areas, what would be the point of the insurance.
 Quoting: Daniel of the Rose


No, just the fact of the matter being they can't possibly handle the volume of claims in a manner that would justify fines.

I'm sure people aren't going huh I wonder if I should use my insurance?
 Quoting: andawg221


In situations like this they will get a group of inspectors/adjustors and check out all their clients in the affected area, you probably wouldn't even have to call, they'd just show up and inspect your shit.
 Quoting: BRIEF


So then they would know when they could tear down. But still how long til a demolition crew shows up?
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Once the building permits are signed they won't be passing out fines...
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Government is not the purpose unto itself. ... "That whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, ... life or death become irrelevant .ect
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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the split hairs in this case is, fresh water damage is covered, salt water is not.
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No, just the fact of the matter being they can't possibly handle the volume of claims in a manner that would justify fines.

I'm sure people aren't going huh I wonder if I should use my insurance?
 Quoting: andawg221


In situations like this they will get a group of inspectors/adjustors and check out all their clients in the affected area, you probably wouldn't even have to call, they'd just show up and inspect your shit.
 Quoting: BRIEF


So then they would know when they could tear down. But still how long til a demolition crew shows up?
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Once the building permits are signed they won't be passing out fines...
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I'll tell you what brief.

If I ever have a problem with anything in life, I'll contact you.

You know everything and still have 15 hours a day to tell Glp about it.
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When they are paying a daily rate for my rental car and hotel room, you can bet they won't sit on their thumbs for long...
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
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It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
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I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
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Maybe there are so many claims the insurance companies are swamped and it may take time to get to everyone. It is not like this just happened to a couple of people. If the insurance companies are dragging their feet then the government should go after them. If the person did receive their check but is slow to comply then of course charge them. But what about the crews needed to demolish the house and cart the trash away? Maybe there aren't enough people to do this fast enough.
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But Brief, why wouldn't the Insurance Companies pull the same crap they pulled after Katrina, where they said "Well, if your place was harmed by the hurricane itself we'll pay, but we are exempt from paying for the damage inflicted by the surge of water (caused by the levees breaking)? It appears that the greater percentage of Sandy damage was caused by the tidal surge rather than the storm itself (although the water was "pushed" by the wind) which would then be called "flood" damage. And we have all seen how the Insurance companies will split hairs in their attempts to weasel out of paying. Unless one has separate Flood Insurance or a "rider" on their policy, "flooding" is not covered.
 Quoting: Eggcellent


It's as though he's trapped in Glp. In the real world insurance companies don't rush to pay out. Especially an area damaged to the tune of 9 billion dollars! (Maybe more, just trying to stay conservative)
 Quoting: andawg221


I've never dealt with a total loss scenario, but what claims I have made were done very quickly...usually because I stay on top of them and get results...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Maybe there are so many claims the insurance companies are swamped and it may take time to get to everyone. It is not like this just happened to a couple of people. If the insurance companies are dragging their feet then the government should go after them. If the person did receive their check but is slow to comply then of course charge them. But what about the crews needed to demolish the house and cart the trash away? Maybe there aren't enough people to do this fast enough.
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This was my point. But that guy knows everything, so much in fact he just stays on here all day everyday, talking about BULLSHIT
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we no longer need the federal government....
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It is not our government. It is a private Contractor for the banks.

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