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Old 09-15-2003, 04:46 PM
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Question Hurricane Assistance and Insurance Claims

Any board members ever have to make this type of insurance claim? I'm still waiting to hear from my agent if I will be covered or not. Also was thinking those of us in the Hurricane's path might be able to help each other get their boats to safety. Sound like a good idea?

I know most people will be boarding and taping windows and such, but screw the house, I'll go Nuckin Futs without the boat.
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Old 09-15-2003, 04:48 PM
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anybody need there boat hauled let me know. i also have a trailer to accomadate up to a 40 performance boat.

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Old 09-15-2003, 05:06 PM
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Lightbulb Shame to waste a leg of the trip empty

treadwell,

Being that you are going to be hauling unisured boats out of Isabel's reach, I assume you will be making the return trip empty for the next pickup.
Would you be interested in hauling insured 2nd boats back to NC
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Old 09-15-2003, 05:34 PM
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hurricane is covered under storm damage as long as there is no damage from flooding rain water. i just filed a claim earlier this year for claudette. wind and hail = covered. flooding water = screw you. unless you have flood coverage, of course.

on another note. FEMA won't give me anything because i make too much money. they were nice enough to send me a letter telling me to go F myself in spanish.
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they were nice enough to send me a letter telling me to go F myself in spanish.

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WTF this is the US of A , not the US of M(exico)
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hey mo,

don't get me started
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I meant to ask if anyone ever had to make a claim on their boat insurance for hurricane damage.
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