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A UNIQUE STORM SPAWNS UNIQUE INSURANCE ISSUES – IN HURRICANE MATTHEW’S AFTERMATH, LESSONS FROM SUPERSTORM SANDY

Metropolitan Corporate Counsel magazine

  • Published On: December 6, 2016

While the Southeast United States escaped the worst of feared damage from Hurricane Matthew, the storm did take more than 40 lives in the U.S. and cause extensive power outages, flooded roads and dams, and damage to buildings from Florida to Virginia. It also triggered mass evacuations and closures by order of civil authorities

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