Envista Forensics

Victims Of Hurricane Matthew Filed Over $162M In Claims To NFIP

 Monday, December 5, 2016

 Live Insurance News

Georgia victims of Hurricane Matthew have now received over $6.5 million in payouts from the National Flood Insurance Program. There were a total of 1,054 claims filed with the federal flooding program by the time November came to an end.
Over $2.5 million had already been paid to residents in partial or advance payments. This amount was deducted from the total $6.5 million in payouts that are expected to be made from the National Flood Insurance Program to Georgia storm victims. On a wider scale, the five states that were affected by Hurricane Matthew saw a significantly larger payout from the program.

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