Government to review all Sandy claims

The federal government announced plans today to review every flood insurance claim filed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. The move comes after some have

The move comes after some have accused insurers of fraud for the way they assessed damages after the storm.

The move comes after some have accused insurers of fraud for the way they assessed damages after the storm. (3/12/15)

NORWALK - The federal government announced plans today to review every flood insurance claim filed in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

The move comes after some have accused insurers of fraud for the way they assessed damages after the storm.

FEMA says all 144,000 claims will be reviewed.

Notices will be sent out to all property owners who filed a claim.

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