Here is a partial list of claim tips and resources United Policyholders is offering those affected by Hurricane Irene. For more information search the Claim Tips Library.
Hurricane Recovery Information, Tools and Resources
After a hurricane
Insurance claim tips and useful information
Roadmap to Recovery Tools Request Form
“Road tested” tools to help document your loss
Contents Claim Tips
For Recovering the Costs of Repairing and Replacing Damaged/Destroyed Household Items
Insurance Recovery Tips for the Dwelling Part of Your Claim
How to collect the full amount your insurer owes you for what it would reasonably cost to repair/rebuild
Mold Damage Guide
Information about resources about mold damage
National Flood Insurance Program – Summary of Coverage
This document was prepared by the NFIP to help you understand your flood insurance policy
State by State Assistance
Find specific information for your state
Claim Help Library
Search for tips and information on insurance claims, legal matters and the rebuilding/repair proces
Hiring Professional Help
Read our before you sign on the dotted line
Water Damage Library archive
This Library was originally created after Hurricane Katrina in 2005 as a resource for property and business owners, policyholder advocates, elected officials and the media. It is designed to explain and help solve insurance claim problems faced by home and business owners after large scale catastrophes. The Library contains tips, articles, bulletins, forms, reports, statistics, links and a wealth of information.
Recent News and Articles
- WCNY Radio
Listen to this radio show to hear storm recovery and insurance tips from New York experts and UP .
- Insurance Lawsuits to Follow Irene
- 10 tips for filing an insurance claim effectively
- Hurricane Irene Could Cost Insurers Billions, And Bump Up Your Premium
- Industry Hopes Irene Causes NFIP Reauthorization Urgency
- What Policyholders Need to Know after Hurricane Irene
United Policyholders joins AAPIA’s Expert Panel to tell what policyholders need to do in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
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