Published four months ago by RAYMOND HERNANDEZ on (The New York Times)
WASHINGTON — Under intense pressure from New York and New Jersey, Congress adopted legislation on Friday that would provide $9.7 billion to cover insurance claims filed by people whose homes were damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. Click here to read the entire story.
Published half a year ago by Baker Sanders, LLC
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Published over a year ago by Web Master on (Baker Sanders, LLC)
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Published several years ago by David M. Barshay on (newyorkfair.org)
New Yorkers For Fair Automobile Insurance Reform (NYFAIR) called to action to protect automobile accident victims and their health care providers from changes being proposed to New York's No-Fault insurance system. Click here to read the entire story.
Published several years ago by Todd Muhlstock
Speak out before it's too late! Tell the New York State Insurance Department why the proposed revisions to the No Fault regulations are overly favorable to the insurance carriers at the expense of health care providers and motor vehicle accident victims. Click here to read the entire story.