A workman shovels plod out of a home in Longport, N.J., after Superstorm Sandy in 2012. Federal regulators contend homeowners will be means to plea word payouts they trust shortchanged them.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency says it is prepared to free all 144,000 word claims that resulted from Superstorm Sandy in 2012.
The pierce comes after months of questions over either word companies engaged by a National Flood Insurance Program fraudulently altered engineering reports.
After thousands of homeowners pronounced their word claims were evenly lowballed, FEMA began negotiations in an try to recover a trust of routine holders.
No agreement has nonetheless been signed.
FEMA orator Rafael Lemaitre says, “There will be a routine set adult so that everybody who filed a explain will have an event to go behind and have their box reviewed if they feel they did not get each dollar they are legitimately owed.”
FEMA also says a conduct of a inundate program, David Miller, has resigned.