Texas–a state that already has on the books some of the toughest and most draconian tort reform measures in the country–was until recently in the process of passing a bill that would have (according to the Texas Tribune) made “it harder for homeowners and companies …
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, many people are anxious about property damage they may have suffered and whether or not their insurance companies will pay for their losses. USA Today reports, “For some homeowners, the biggest shock will be that damage from flooded creeks …
On November 14, Reuters reported that Edward Connor, the deputy associate administrator for federal insurance at the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) said the agency “is projecting a flurry of flood-related claims in the neighborhood of $6 billion to $12 billion. That is well above …
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