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|Posted on Friday, December 22, 2000 - 11:54 pm: ||
I have the NFIP Flood Schedule. However, it does not list any allowances for photos, mileage, etc. Does the NFIP pay for photos, mileage, etc. Can you point me to a web page. Any information on this subject will be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
Posted to the Bulletin Board 12/22/2000
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|Posted on Friday, December 22, 2000 - 11:45 pm: ||
Ladies and gentlemen, I'm looking for some input from experienced flood adjusters. I'm considering a deployment opportunity to England, with regards to their flood claims. The major flooding causing the cat occured in late October and into early November of 2000. Its' cause is something to do with the "North Atlantic Oscillation", causing higher than normal sea surface temperatures. Anyway, British insurers seem slow to get out of the gates in handling their claims, relative to North American responses to cat situations. This all leads to my concern of Mold and Mildew. I have read the article in Claims Mag. My concern, and the input I seek is; what about me - my health? Is there a face mask more suited to the environment that will be found in these damaged homes, than just a general or "painters" type mask? I'm told the stagnanting interiors of these places may require a "haz mat" type suit, something I'm told made out of a "tyvek" type material. Does anyone know much about these suits? Do I take it off and discard it after each residence, or take it off befor I sit in my car to go to the next place? After I do all this, is there a "hand cream / lotion" that is antibacterial? Would that be any real benefit, if airborne viruses attach to the mold? That's it in a quick summary. Any guidance, link with another helpful site, or health experiences with this or precautions taken; would be appreciated. Clayton Carr
Posted to the Bulletin Board: 12/8/2000