Insurance Advocate Warns Superstorm Sandy Victims of the Looming Proof of Loss Deadlines with the One-Year Anniversary Approaching

Flood victims face the most pressing insurance-related deadline, as the federal government requires proof of loss documentation to be submitted by April 28, 2014.

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As the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, home and business owners who suffered flood damages should file the full and complete proof of loss for their claims.

New York, NY (PRWEB) October 03, 2013

As the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy approaches, home and business owners who suffered flood damages should file the full and complete proof of loss for their claims, according to Daniel Odess, president, GloblalPro Recovery, Inc.

"All victims of this October 29-30 'superstorm' should check their local statutes of limitations regarding filing of insurance claims," said Odess, whose independent advocacy company helps owners maximize their insurance recoveries. "With the cooler autumn weather, building materials will cycle through their expansion and contraction phases, uncovering hidden damages caused by Sandy. Be sure to notify your carrier of these damages and file a supplemental claim."

Odess said flood victims face the most pressing insurance-related deadline, as the federal government requires proof of loss documentation to be submitted by April 28, 2014, according to FEMA's October 1, 2013 Bulletin W-13060 (http://www.nfipiservice.com/Stakeholder/pdf/bulletin/w-13060.pdf). "This means home and business owners must assess the damage and submit this information, along with a sworn statement, using the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) form."

In the past year, GlobalPro Recovery has handled more than 300 claims for businesses and residents in the New Jersey and New York area, and recently opened a New York office to better serve the MidAtlantic states that were affected by Hurricane Sandy, which caused an estimated loss of more than $68 billion.

GlobalPro Recovery's team of licensed public adjusters, engineers, accountants and inventory specialists have been active in the region throughout the past year, and the Miami-based company has been retained by area law firms to assist as experts in more than 400 Sandy-related claims.

GlobalPro Recovery has overseen thousands of insurance claims for residential, business, commercial and industrial properties, condo units, condo associations, boat owners and marinas. State- of-the-art software and strategically placed office locations keep GlobalPro Recovery’s staff in touch with its clients from anywhere at anytime.

GlobalPro serves as an advocate for property owners to make sure that insurance claims are fully and properly documented, policy guidelines and procedures are carefully observed, damage assessments are thorough and accurate and deadlines for filing critical information are met. GlobalPro's clients typically recover amounts more than 700 percent higher than their insurance companies offered to pay them. For more information, call 855-487-7475 or go to http://www.getglobalpro.com.


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