Sandy damage claim denials come under new scrutiny
New Jersey homeowners who have filed suit over denials or reductions in Superstorm Sandy damage claims should be taking a closer look at their paperwork, officials say. Suspicious alterations in the engineering reports used by insurance carriers have emerged both here and in New York.
FEMA Wants Money Back
Imagine having your home wrecked by a natural disaster, receiving recovery funds from the federal government, spending those funds, and then having the government ask that the money be returned.
Sandy-displaced Families?
Since Superstorm Sandy made landfall in New Jersey more than two years ago, the state has not been keeping track of the number of people displaced by the storm.
South Seaside Shops Need Your Business
The construction along Rt. 35 is absolutely necessary, both to repair the damage from Sandy, and to make sure this vital roadway can withstand future storms.
In the meantime, the businesses that sit along the road are suffering, especially in the furthest reaches of South Seaside Park.
Continued Rebuilding
Almost two years after Superstorm Sandy walloped the Garden State, many shore towns and individual homeowners continue restoration and repair work. But they're not the only ones.

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