The New York Insurance Association says New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s mandate to speed the payment of the more than 330,000 claims filed by New Yorkers related to Superstorm Sandy are unnecessary.
Gov. Cuomo cut the deadline to six from 15 days that insurers have to send adjusters to inspect home and business claims in an effort to help consumers receive payments sooner, NY’s Department of Financial Services said.
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