FEMA Extends Flood Proof Of Loss Deadline for Hurricane Isaac Victims

Late yesterday, the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA)  extended the deadline for home and business owners affected by Hurricane Isaac flood waters to file a proof of loss on their claim by 30 additional days.
You can view the memorandum opinion by David Miller, Associate Administrator, Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, where the extension was granted, via the NFIP Service Website.

This is significant for homeowners and business owners in Louisiana especially.  With this extension, you have an additional 30-days to provide FEMA and/or your flood insurer with a proof of loss and other required documentation to support your claimed damages.

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