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Price Law Group to Hold Informational Sessions On Jan. 23 & 24 About Property Insurance Claims For Long Island Residents Impacted By Hurricane Sandy

The insurance claim advocates at Price Law Group will host free informational presentations this week called "How to Maximize the Value of Your Property Insurance Claim" for Long Island residents who have questions or need assistance with insurance claims related to Hurricane Sandy.

On Wednesday, Jan. 23, two sessions will be held from 7 to 8:45 p.m. and from 9 to 10:45 p.m. at The Hub Billiard Club, 4060 Austin Blvd., Island Park, N.Y.

On Thursday, Jan. 24, a session will be held from 9 to 10:45 p.m.
at Long Beach VFW Post 1384, 675 West Park Avenue, Long Beach, N.Y.  

Attorney Stuart Price, founder of Price Law Group, will serve as the featured speaker at both sessions.

Recognizing the myriad issues facing property owners as they try to navigate the insurance claim process in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, Price Law Group will provide Long Island residents with practical advice on what to watch out for and how to go about maximizing their insurance claim settlements. Topics include:

  • How to reopen an insurance claim even after cashing a settlement check.
  • What an insurance company’s adjuster may be missing (or choosing to overlook) in determining the value of damages.
  • How to protect yourself against negligence or predatory behavior on the part of an insurance provider.
There is absolutely no cost to attend and the sessions are relevant to policyholders at every stage of the insurance claim process. Price Law Group will also make time at the presentations to answer specific questions from attendees.

Seating is limited and attendees are encouraged to arrive early.

For more information, please email info@pricelawgroup.com, or call 877-774-2352 or 866-675-2115. For more information about Price Law Group’s Insurance Claim Advocacy Division, please visit www.insclaimhelp.com.


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