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Two years after SANDY

***PUBLIC NOTICE*** ***PUBLIC NOTICE*** ***PUBLIC NOTICE***

ATTENTION ALL PROPERTY OWNERS WITH SANDY DAMAGE:

 

By James Wagner, President/CEO of Alliance Adjustment Group

 

Here we are, almost two years after Superstorm Sandy, and there is still much to do.

 

We are continuing to receive new calls from home and business owners all up and down the jersey shore, regarding damage sustained to their properties from Sandy. Although there are certainly challenges in handling Sandy claims this late in the game, we do often accept and handle these claims.

 

Following the Sandy storm in October 2012, most policyholders filed both FLOOD and WIND claims. Quite often, their WIND carrier (aka the “homeowners” policy) paid very little, or nothing at all, taking the position that all or most of the damages were caused by the Flood, rather that the Wind. This “Flood vs. Wind” argument is nothing new, and very often goes hand-in-hand with this type of Storm event.

 

Many policyholders received responses like, “Your wind damages are less than your deductible” or “Your policy doesn’t cover you for these types of damage.” These statement are often proven to be incorrect, for we regularly recover significant settlements for our clients, under their wind (homeowners) policy for these exact damages.

 

If you or someone you know have been told their Sandy WIND damages were “less than their deductible” (or perhaps haven’t filed a WIND claim at all) in connection with the October 2012 Superstorm Sandy, we would love to meet with you are no cost or obligation to see if we can help you.

 

You have nothing to lose, and possibly thousands of dollars to gain.
Call us today at 888.890.2288. You will be glad you did.

 

You have the right to be properly compensated for your damages. At Alliance Adjustment Group, we work hard to ensure our clients get the settlements dollars there are entitled to. Let us work for you.

 

888.890.2288 24/7

Please pass this along to anyone you know who had damage to their property from Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.

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