Reporting Insurance Claims From Damage Caused By Hurricane Sandy


As the residents of New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and other states begin the long road to recovery from the devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy, many might be humming the tune, “Like a Good Neighbor, State Farm is There.”  However, it may not be that easy to call upon your insurance company for help.

But reporting Insurance Claims from damage caused by hurricane-related incidents bears emphasis.  Individuals or business owners who are looking for a quick guide or reference on how to file insurance claims, generally speaking, may wish to review the following.

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