FEMA Claim Issues in South Carolina
“You have insurance for 39 years and they’re fighting tooth and nail not to pay you what you paid them for,” Schall said. “I’m at wits end. I don’t know what to do.”
Residents such as Schall and Yvette Shecut of Goose Creek who say they have filed claims including those proofs, had them rejected for lack of it, and were forced to refile. Shecut too has mold problems from a ceiling that collapsed when the flood rains leaked through her roof. And the ceiling isn’t repaired yet.
“At first I was disgusted. Then I got angry. Now I’m just more and more frustrated,” she said.