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Businesses, homeowners and renters with questions about insurance claims after superstorm Sandy can get help Wednesday in Copiague from the state Department of Financial Services, which regulates insurers.
Department representatives will be at the Copiague Memorial Library from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The library is located at 50 Deauville Blvd.
The officials can be found in a mobile command...Read more »
The Small Business Administration has approved more than $1 billion in disaster loans for New York homeowners and businesses affected by superstorm Sandy, the federal agency said Tuesday. That amounts up to roughly 15,000 loans.
Businesses and homeowners in declared disaster areas are able to apply for SBA disaster loans, which are offered low interest rates. Businesses may apply for up to...Read more »
The desire to help South Shore businesses affected by superstorm Sandy is there, and a new organization and website aim to help them tap into that goodwill.
This week, Kevin Kelly, chief creative officer of Melville’s Bigbuzz Marketing Group, launched the website and organization — called the Long Island South Shore Recovery Coalition (lissrc.org). The goal is to assemble a coalition of business...Read more »
The state's Department of Financial Services is offering homeowners, renters and business owners assistance with insurance issues related to damage caused by superstorm Sandy.
The agency's Mobile Command Center will be stationed at various Long Island locations next week. Representatives will be on hand to help residents contact their insurers and answer questions about their insurance coverage,...Read more »