The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) appears to be sticking to its September 15, 2015 deadline for reopening Sandy claims, despite the urging of New Jersey's Congressional Delegation to extend the filing date another 90 days.
With just over a month to go until FEMA's September 15 deadline, Superstorm Sandy homeowners who haven't applied to review their flood insurance settlements can get free help to start the process Wednesday, August 12 in Middletown.
Ortley Beach residents are running out of patience as they continue waiting for New Jersey to begin the federal Army Corps of Engineers replenishment project almost three years after Super Storm Sandy.
Although thousands of Sandy-impacted homeowners in New Jersey could potentially receive additional insurance money by reopening claims to the Federal Emergency Management's National Flood Insurance Program, a number of people remain hesitant to do so.
Sandy-impacted homeowners still undecided about whether to reopen claims denied by the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), can get advice from a seminar being hosted by Stop FEMA Now this Saturday.
Sandy impacted homeowners being bombarded with attorney solicitations for help with filing flood insurance claims through the Federal Emergency Management Agency's review process, are being advised to attend free legal clinics being offered by the Ocean County Long Term Recovery Group.
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