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Last Post 05/23/2011 11:47 PM by  moco
Louisiana flooding
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05/20/2011 3:57 PM

    Many of the affected homeowners do not even have federal flood insurance.

    In Krotz Springs, just 51 of 560 homes there have that coverage, according to a review by the New Orleans Times-Picayune. In nearby Butte LaRose, 80 percent of the homes lack that insurance.

    Some owners cite the expense, and others just don't expect to get flooded — either because they've raised their homes or have never seen flooding there.

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    05/23/2011 11:47 PM
    While some owners may not have flood insurance themselves, and not be paying for it out of pocket. More than likley their lender has a policy in effect if the dwelling is near water. Want cover contents or ALE, but thats ok by me.
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