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Claims Strategies Group

Welcome to Claims Strategies Group - Hurricane Sandy. Your expert for sandy claims, property claims, and hurricane claims.

For some homeowners and commercial property owners, the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy could bring a whole second round of troubles. After the storm passes, they may have to negotiate with their insurers to get the cash they need to repair wind and water damage. Without a public adjuster and a the property hurricane attorneys when needed, the odds are against you. Learn More »

VIDEO: Borough of South River, NJ, City Council Meeting »

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2013
City Councilman, Jim Hutchison speaks about Claims Strategies Group
"I attended a brunch yesterday with this group called Claims Strategies Group. They deal as people that go to bat for you to go after the insurance companies. They are your agent and they have a tremendous record where if you get a certain amount of money, they have had excellent records of at least doubling that claim or, in some cases, ten-folding that claim."

 

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The Latest Superstorm Sandy News:

September 18th, 2014 - Report Warns That Superstorm Sandy Was Not 'The Big One' - Huffington Post

USA TODAY

Report Warns That Superstorm Sandy Was Not 'The Big One'
Huffington Post
"Hurricane Sandy was obviously a terrible event for the Northeast United States, but it really was not the worst-case scenario," said Dr. Megan Linkin, a natural hazards expert for Swiss Re and the author of the report. "The East Coast is not immune to ...
1821 hurricane trumps Sandy, would have cost $100BUSA TODAY

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September 17th, 2014 - Superstorm Sandy fraud charges filed against 4 more NJ residents - The Star-Ledger

Superstorm Sandy fraud charges filed against 4 more NJ residents
The Star-Ledger
Four N.J. residents are facing fraud charges for filing for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy, bringing the number of people charged up to 16, the Attorney General's Office announced Wednesday. Those charged allegedly filed fraudulent ...

 
September 11th, 2014 - Thousands of Superstorm Sandy victims could be asked to return FEMA funds - Fox News

Fox News

Thousands of Superstorm Sandy victims could be asked to return FEMA funds
Fox News
In this Sept. 5, 2014 photo, Gary Silberman stands for a picture as he guides reporters on a tour of his parent's home that was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, in Lindenhurst, N.Y. After receiving nearly $17,000 in assistance from FEMA, the agency is ...
Fema asks aid recipients to return $5.8m of hurricane Sandy fundsThe Guardian
FEMA Asks Homeowners For $5.8M Of Superstorm Sandy Aid BackInternational Business Times
Superstorm Sandy Victims Might Have To Return Some FEMA FundsHuffington Post
Daily Mail -Chinatopix
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September 3rd, 2014 - Restoring Oysters to Protect Us From the Next Superstorm Sandy - MetroFocus

Restoring Oysters to Protect Us From the Next Superstorm Sandy
MetroFocus
“We saw what happened during Hurricane Sandy, we're susceptible to flooding. So if we have some oyster reefs we have a little protection. Oyster reefs can diminish some of that wave energy,” she said. The volunteers in the Bronx included architects ...

 
August 17th, 2014 - 2 years after Superstorm Sandy, Coast Guard and National Guard operations ... - Greenfield Daily Reporter

2 years after Superstorm Sandy, Coast Guard and National Guard operations ...
Greenfield Daily Reporter
NEWARK, New Jersey — Two years after Hurricane Sandy pounded the New Jersey coast, the USCGC Sailfish has yet to return home. The gleaming white 87-foot patrol boat, now temporarily based out of Bayonne, still cannot go back to its berth at Sandy ...

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September 17th, 2014 - HUD launches competition for post-Sandy grants - The Journal News | LoHud.com

HUD launches competition for post-Sandy grants
The Journal News | LoHud.com
WASHINGTON – States and localities recovering from natural disasters, including Superstorm Sandy, can begin competing for a portion of nearly $1 billion in grants to recover from those disasters and protect themselves against future ones, the nation's ...

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September 15th, 2014 - Subway damaged by Hurricane Sandy reopens - Hawaii News Now

New York Times

Subway damaged by Hurricane Sandy reopens
Hawaii News Now
Damaged by Superstorm Sandy, the subway tunnel between Brooklyn and Manhattan has reopened. (Source: CNN). (CNN) - Almost two years after Hurricane Sandy, officials reopen a damaged subway tunnel. The Montague tube, which runs between ...
R Train service between Manhattan and Brooklyn resumes Monday morningStaten Island Advance - SILive.com
R train tunnel to reopen on Monday: sourcesNew York Post
Photos: R Train Resumes Full Service Between Manhattan And BrooklynGothamist

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September 3rd, 2014 - Hurricane Sandy, Two Years Later - Western Queens Gazette

Hurricane Sandy, Two Years Later
Western Queens Gazette
Then, on Oct. 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy, also known as Superstorm Sandy, hit land, severely impacting both New York and New Jersey, and forcing a mandatory evacuation of Zone A in New York City, where 44 people perished as a result of Sandy.

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September 10th, 2014 - As Others See Us: Superstorm Sandy At Rivercrest - NyackNewsAndViews

NyackNewsAndViews

As Others See Us: Superstorm Sandy At Rivercrest
NyackNewsAndViews
Habitat wrote about the Nyack co-op apartments at the end of Gedney Street which suffered $200,000 worth of damage two years ago when the remnants of Hurricane Sandy wrecked havoc in Nyack, Rockland County and the Lower Hudson Valley. Because ...

 
September 17th, 2014 - Hospitals struggled during Sandy, report says - Westport News

Hospitals struggled during Sandy, report says
Westport News
When Superstorm Sandy slammed into the Northeast nearly two years ago, hospitals found themselves dealing with surges in patients, lost power supplies and employees who couldn't get to work _ problems that a new federal report finds they were not ...

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