Insurance company credits a William Shatner video for a drop in the number of Thanksgiving Day cooking fire claims. You decide.
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HUD issues a foreclosure moratorium and expands rental assistance. But will FEMA trailers fit in dense urban neighborhoods?
Should those who ignore evacuation orders have to pay when first responders have to save them from harm?
Superstorm Sandy's declining wind speed before landfall proved to be a financial blessing for homeowners in its path.
Your premiums could rise even if your home escapes damage during Hurricane Sandy.
You want your financial information on record, with a copy of your kit stored in the home of a trusted loved one.
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