After watching my video, many may think those who fortunately purchased hurricane flood coverage will be paid promptly and for the full amount. Please read our prior posts about what has happened in the past with National Flood Adjustments:

FEMA Whistleblowers Speak-Out at Washington, DC Hearing

Fraudulent Superstorm Sandy Flood Expert Reports

FEMA Extends Deadline to Request Hurricane Sandy Claims Review

How Much Has McKinsey & Company Influenced National Flood Insurance Claims?

Weisbrod Matteis Copley v. FEMA – Joint Status Report

While we appreciate that the proof of loss deadline has been extended for one year as requested by many and noted in yesterday’s post, Hurricane Harvey Flood Insurance Proofs of Loss Deadline Extended One Year, FEMA officials can demand that flood claims managers and flood insurance defense counsel do not make a killing in profits from nitpicking and hardball litigation tactics just to enrich their pockets as occurred in Superstorm Sandy. Flood insurance claims used to be rarely litigated. This changed in Superstorm Sandy with new claims management systems and more hardline discussions by National Flood adjusters. Flood adjusters should be courageous in telling and explaining about flood damage—even if their managers and others want them to soften such discussions to lower claims payments.

Thought For The Day

“You will never find love until you stop looking.”
—Willie Nelson