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FEMA: One More Obama Scandal for the Media to Obscure


Why is it that the media almost always want to distance President Obama from the various scandals occurring during his presidency? It is as if he has nothing to do with the people he has appointed to run the various federal agencies, and no responsibility for their incompetence or corruption. (Via Aim.org)

Judge rips Sandy insurer over flood report change


Carrie Berry, of Keansburg, was denied a flood insurance claim because the foundational damage that was revealed after Sandy was caused — in her insurer’s opinion — by her home settling and not by the floodwaters. An unrelated civil case in New York revealed engineering reports, which were paid for by an insurance company, were changed without basis, resulting in a claim denial to a Sandy-impact homeowner. (Via APP)

Three Years Later, Sandy Survivors Remain Homeless


Americans have long felt the devastating financial burden of the catastrophic effects of flooding. With annual economic losses averaging a whopping fifty billion dollars per year, flooding has notoriously earned its place as the most costly, and unfortunately the most common, natural disaster to disrupt the United States. Flooding is the greatest financial danger among the possible hazards brought on by hurricanes, which often bring flooding hundreds of miles inland, placing communities that normally would not be affected by the strongest hurricane winds in great danger. A mere few inches of water due to flooding could mean damages costing upwards of five figures. (Via Touro Law)

FEMA In Talks To Settle Sandy Flood Insurance Claims


The Federal Emergency Management Agency has been holding talks with lawyers representing Superstorm Sandy victims who say insurance claims fraud cheated them out of tens of thousands of dollars. (Via Capital Public Radio)

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