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Posted 1 year ago in Insurance Law by Aaron Kase  
Get Hurricane Sandy Help From Insurers and FEMA

Many homeowners may just be starting the insurance claims process after Hurricane Sandy’s visit to the east coast that left over 100 dead and millions more displaced or without electricity. After surveying the wreckage, it’s time to get down to the business of figuring out how to navigate the complicated world of insurance. Step one is to document everything you can and call your insurers to start the process moving — make sure to know your policies in advance and …

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Posted 1 year ago in Government Insurance Law by Aaron Kase  
What Do the Election Results Mean for Medicaid?

The election is finally over, and President Obama’s victory and upcoming second term in office mean that his signature Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, will be fully enacted by 2014. The implementation of the law will mean big changes and potentially big savings for Medicaid, the nation’s public health insurance plan for low-income families. The biggest change is the most obvious — Medicaid rolls could be expanded by as many as 17 million people across the …

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Posted 1 year ago in Insurance Law Real Estate by Michele Bowman  
New York Lawyers Rally to Help Sandy Victims

When Hurricane Sandy struck the east coast of the United States on Oct. 29, it didn’t take lawyers in New York long to organize a way to help victims of the superstorm with an expanding range of legal issues. Bar associations in the state as well as some of the biggest law firms in New York are recruiting attorneys to offer pro bono legal assistance to New Yorkers whose lives and property were devastated by the storm – the second …

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Posted 1 year ago in Insurance Law by Aaron Kase  
How to Make a Hurricane Sandy Insurance Claim

Superstorm Sandy struck the East Coast with a vengeance last week, unleashing heavy winds and flooding that wrecked the Jersey Shore, battered New York City and left millions without electricity. The storm left unprecedented destruction up and down the Atlantic seaboard: At least 110 people were killed and 8 million left without electricity in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy’s passage through the United States Residential communities on New Jersey’s Long Beach Island were nearly wiped out by surging waves and …

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Posted 1 year ago in Insurance Law Real Estate by Aaron Kase  
Getting Help for Hurricane Sandy Destruction

Hurricane Sandy is putting a beatdown on the North Atlantic states today, with flooding and wind damage already occurring in some areas and the storm expected to intensify into the evening. Some 60 million people live in the hurricane’s path, while New York, Philadelphia, Washington D.C. and other cities have all but shut down for the duration of the storm. Homeowners and renters hopefully have already hunkered down with enough food, water and emergency supplies to ride out the storm …

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