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Almost one year to the day after Superstorm Sandy struck the Northeast, New York’s Department of Financial Services (“DFS”) has enacted a new emergency disaster protocol for insurance carriers to follow during severe storms.

The DFS said that the steps – such as expedited claims processing procedures, emergency licensing of new claims adjusters, a mediation program for disputed claims, and other steps – were intended “to help speed up claims payments and ensure New Yorkers receive promised benefits.”

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