Companies affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma have begun submitting claims related to business interruption, flooding and other damage. Business-interruption claims are often complex, with direct physical damage usually a condition of coverage, and can take months or years to handle, according to industry experts.
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With hurricane season in full swing and the tally from Irma just beginning, Harvey has been projected to be one of the costliest disasters in U.S. history, with experts estimating damage could exceed $100 billion. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott has even suggested that damage could reach $150 billion to $180 billion.
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Blake Salinas says the Marine Corps looks out for its own and develops them, and he aims to do the same for staffers at his family’s Ford dealership.
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By Chris Crain
Never in the history of the auto industry in this country has a natural disaster caused as much devastation to car dealers as the hurricane that struck Houston. Now the industry will have to figure out what to do with a massive number of flood-damaged vehicles.
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As Florida dealers prepared for Hurricane Irma late last week, battered stores in southeast Texas shifted to super-selling mode.
Read the full story here: http://www.autonews.com/article/20170911/RETAIL07/170919948/harvey-houston-auto-sales
People filing property and flood insurance claims in the wake of Hurricane Harvey need to collect visual evidence, such as photographs, to assist with their claims, PCI’s Robert Passmore says. “The flood program recommends that you actually take photos of what the inside of the house looks like” and then document what is being removed from the property, he says.
PCI wants a short-term extension of the National Flood Insurance Program for at least six months so the program won’t run the risk of expiring while claims related to Hurricane Harvey are being filed. “With the number of claims coming in and the damage that’s been done, the flood insurance costs may be as high as those from Sandy,” PCI’s Don Griffin said.
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