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After The Storm: What Will Insurance Cover?

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What if your car in under a tree that was uprooted during Hurricane Sandy?  Will insurance cover that? 

What if a limb from your neighbor's tree has crashed through your dining room window?  Will insurance cover that?

Your basement is flooded.  What do you do now?

Dan Roccato, President of Quaker Wealth Management was a guest on good Day Wednesday morning.   His spoke to Sheinelle and Mike about insurance claims in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Check out his interview and take note of the following tips:

Look at your homeowner's policy.

Look at your auto policy.

If you are out of luck with your insurance, reach out to FEMA.

Be aware of fraudulent adjusters

Contact a lawyer

Do Not give money to anyone up front

For more information and guidance, you can reach out to Dan's company.  Click here to visit their website.

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