FEMA TO REOPEN SANDY CLAIMS

Nearly 142,000 homeowners whose properties were damaged by Hurricane Sandy will have their claims reopened by The Federal Emergency Management Agency. U.S. Senators Cory Booker and Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) met with FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate on Wednesday behind closed doors and later said the agency will review the flood insurance claims with homeowners who ask them to do so. Homeowners who have been shortchanged can get more money up to the maximum of $250,000 for their property and $100,000 for dwelling contents.

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