“Congressman Pallone began drafting the legislation after hearing from New Jersey residents that were treated unfairly by FEMA, private insurance companies or both in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.”
“In May, Pallone led another bipartisan letter from members of the New Jersey Congressional delegation requesting that FEMA take swift action on behalf of those who have suffered from fraud and for an explanation of why it is taking FEMA so long to process insurance claims from Sandy.”
“In July, Pallone led a bipartisan letter asking that FEMA fulfill its legal obligation to provide oversight of the private insurance companies that participate in the NFIP.”
The FEMA Delaying, Denying, Underpayment and Fraud is happening right now in Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida right now.
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