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State's storm rules promote safety, voice for victims

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during an emergency preparedness conference on Monday in Albany.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks during an emergency preparedness conference on Monday in Albany.
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Almost a year after Superstorm Sandy struck the state, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced new rules Monday for responding to disasters that are meant to provide faster and better service for victims. The state has established an expedited claims process to get insurance money into the hands of New Yorkers sooner after a natural disaster, Cuomo said. The new measures also provide for emergency licensing to bring in more insurance claim adjusters and a mediation program ...


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