Deadline Extended Again For Isaac-Related Flood Claims In La.
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The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) usually requires claims to be reported within 60 days from the date of loss. Three extensions have been granted, however, because access to NFIP-insured homes and other buildings was delayed due to infrastructure damage and high floodwaters. The
With the latest 30-day extension on flood insurance claims, Louisianians have 180 days from the date of their insured loss to submit a claim, known as proof of loss. Hurricane Isaac first made landfall in
"Many Isaac survivors continue to gather information that will help adjusters determine their flood insurance loss," said Federal Coordinating Officer
Failure to submit the proof of loss could cause policyholders to miss out on benefits from their flood insurance policy, NFIP specialists said.
Since Isaac made landfall, the NFIP has paid out more than
Policyholders with questions about flood insurance or concerns about their claims may contact their local insurance agent, call
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