Property owners with Hurricane Hermine flood claims are now feeling extra thankful this week. FEMA has just further extended the deadline for Hurricane Hermine claimants to file flood proofs of loss to another 30 days. Now the deadline is 120 days from the date of loss.

As stated in Bulletin No. W-16087 dated November 22, 2016:

To allow policyholders time to finalize their claims, I hereby issue an additional limited waiver of the 60-day proof of loss requirement by extending the period another 30 days. With this extension, a National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) policyholder will have a total of 120 days following the date of loss to provide the completed, signed, and sworn-to proof of loss to the insurer.

I previously wrote a blog about the prior 30 day extension, Proof of Loss Deadline Extended for Florida Hurricane Hermine Flood Claims.

I leave you with this quote:

Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough. 
       —Oprah Winfrey