Hurricane Harvey Proof of Loss Deadline Fast Approaching

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The Hurricane Harvey proof of loss deadline is August 25th. This is “an important deadline for flood insurance policyholders seeking additional money for flood damage caused by Hurricane Harvey.” Harvey victims must file their proof of loss form by the deadline. If you do not timely submit your proof of loss form then you will lose your rights to recover under your flood insurance policy. The deadline is fast approaching, and you cannot submit a proof of loss after the deadline.

All National Flood Insurance policyholders must submit a proof of loss form to show the costs of their flood damages. Along with your proof of loss form, you should submit documentation that supports the costs of your damages.

The proof of loss is a one-page document from FEMA. The language on the form can be confusing, so you should contact a lawyer to get assistance with your flood damage claim and submitting your proof of loss.

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