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State Representatives At Recreation Center Thursday, Friday For Hurricane Assistance

Department of Banking and Insurance workers will help with claims, answer questions; FEMA and Division of Motor Vehicles staff on hand too

Representatives of the state Department of Banking and Insurance are at the township Recreation Center today until 5 p.m. to provide hurricane assistance to residents.

Senior staff members and consumer representatives will help residents file insurance claims related to storm damage, answer questions and and take complaints at the center at 630 Route 9 South in Bayville.

In addition, FEMA representatives and staff from the state Division of Motor Vehicles are on hand as well, until 4:30 p.m., and will be back on Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

"We will continue to provide resources to our residents to help them during this very difficult time," Mayor Carmen F. Amato Jr. said.

DMV staff are available to help those who lost cars or boats, Amato said.
 
“New Jersey residents have suffered tremendous damages to their homes, their automobiles and other property from Hurricane Sandy and now as they begin to rebuild, they have questions related to their insurance,” said Acting Commissioner Ken Kobylowski. “Setting up these mobile offices gives us the opportunity to take information and assistance directly to people in their communities and give them all the help we can.” 

Residents should bring their insurance policies and any claim information to the center. There will also be a representative from Gov. Christie's office at each site.

"I want to thank Governor Christie and members of his staff, especially, Chris Stark, Regional Director for Intergovernmental Affairs, by making the Department of Banking and Insurance available to area residents," Amato said.

 

 

Peter M. Clausen III November 26, 2012 at 03:53 PM
THIS IS A COMPLETE FABRICATION, FRAUD, LIE. NONE OF THE MENTIONED REPRESENTATIVES ARE AT THAT LOCATION AND NO ONE KNOWS ANY THING ABOUT IT. TYPICAL POLITICAL TRIPE AFTER A DISASTER.

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