07 Feb

5 Tips For Filing A Successful Insurance Claim After Superstorm Sandy

5 Tips For Filing A Successful Insurance Claim After Superstorm Sandy
Now that the worst of Hurricane Sandy has blown over much of the East Coast, now is a crucial time for homeowners who woke up this morning to property damage. Since insurers take claims on a first-come, first-served basis, you’ll want to snag a spot in …
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The Business Insider


Using IdentityModel: Claim Sets
In the previous post I talked about claims, what they are and how to create them. Usually a claim doesn’t come on its own – but is grouped into a claim set. Regardless which approach you choose, a claim set always consists of two parts: a list of …
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My temp job is ending. Do I file a new unemployment claim, or can I reopen my previous claim in Florida?
Q: My temp job is ending. Do I file a new unemployment claim or can I reopen my previous claim in Florida? A: A re-opened claim is when there is a break in reporting on an existing, established claim, and you want to start certifying for benefit weeks …
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Native title rights, regulations and licences: the Torres Strait Sea Claim
As a fourth year law student back in 2005, I had the opportunity to undertake an internship at Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) through the Aurora Native Title Project. Whilst at the TSRA, I got the opportunity to spend just a short time working on …
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