Wednesday, May 8, 2013


Newsday reports today that homes damaged and contents lost to superstorm Sandy that are not covered by insurance totaled just over $3 million for nearly 400 Long Island households and that
number represents "just a fraction" of people still in need.

See NEWSDAY - Aid group:$3M in Sandy damage not covered

The various consultations I have had reveal that the legal matters this still creates, in addition to the insurance disputes, include disputes with contractors, disputes with banks over insurance settlements, mortgage foreclosure as well as family disputes (including matrimonial matters).

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