"FEMA Sends Warning About Time to Sue Over Coverage Disputes," DRI Today December 2, 2013
“On October 1, 2013, FEMA announced that it was extending the proof of loss deadline by six months for flood insurance policy claims due to Superstorm Sandy,” write Goldberg Segalla attorneys Thomas F. Segalla and Aaron J. Aisen in a DRI Today post originally published on the firm’s Insurance and Reinsurance Report blog.
“Given these extensions, FEMA sought to clarify the difference between the proof of loss extensions and the time to sue over a coverage dispute.”
In this article, Tom and Aaron explore the impact of the extensions in light of the one-year statute of limitations to sue on flood insurance claims.
Read the article here:
- “FEMA Sends Warning About Time to Sue Over Coverage Disputes,” DRI Today, Defense Research Institute, December 2, 2013