– Flood victims you need to go to this site and see, just how bad the damages are to your home. Once on the site, plug in the square footage of your home and the height of the water and it will shock you on how bad the damage really is and how much its going to cost you to rebuild and refurnish your home. The average home (1200sqft) with a foot of water could set you back 20,000 dollars. It is imperative that you know exactly what to do when you return to your home. For example, as soon as you return photograph everything – water line, clean up before, during and after, treat it like a crime scene. Fill out itemized inventory sheets of all damaged personal property for the adjuster. The sooner you fill this out, the sooner you can settle your claim. Where do you get these sheets? In the back of my book. Why didn’t your insurance give you these before the disaster, so you would have a correct inventory of all your personal property. There are so many more things you need to know to protect yourself in your time of need. Remember, the insurance company is not your friend. They are a corporate giant, who is in the business of making money, not paying it out to flood victims. Know this, there have been so many floods in the past several months that even FEMA and the National Flood Insurance Program are low on funds and may do anything to not pay out the full amount on claims. Look, what they did to Hurricane Sandy Flood Victims, they went to far and even changed engineering reports, so they didn’t have to pay out the full amount of the claim to flood victims. You can see this on the following reports CHECK OUT THIS BOOK it has all the answers they don’t want you to know about. #Matthew #hurricane #fema #femadude #NFIP #TWC #WUTV #FLORIDA #REDCROSS #NBCNEWS #ABCNEWS #CBSNEWS #FOXNEWS ‪#‎SouthCarolina‬ ‪#‎Georgia‬ ‪#‎NorthCarolina‬ ‪‪#‎REDCROSS‬ ‪#‎VEGAS‬ ‪#‎SANDIEGO‬ ‪#Florida #‎Hurricanes‬ ‪#‎storms‬ ‪#‎stormchasers‬ ‪‪#‎Emergencypreparedness‬ ‪#‎Noaa‬ ‪#‎flood‬ @DisasterRecoveryManual FEMADUDE.COMimg_0083
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