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Car Insurance Claims Are Pushing 230,000

Car Insurance ClaimPost Date January 22, 2012 – Super Storm Sandy is still causing havoc on the car insurance claims community. Regardless  how many wheels your vehicle had, be it a Car, truck, trailer, car insurance claims are being filed. Sandy hit the East Coast hard the last week of October.  Car insurance claims for all types of vehicles are now hitting the 230,000 mark. The current Sandy vehicle damage estimates are based on the car insurance claims tally collated from all car insurance companies.  In the storm’s aftermath, auto insurance company are now reporting they have processed around 230,000 car insurance claims to date.  Further, these insurance companies are expecting their car insurance claims will exceed 250,000.

Car insurance claims too exceed a quarter of million claims

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NCIB) showed that the state of New York has the most number of damaged vehicles that were affected by the storm. In NY, around 130,000 vehicles of different types had been damaged.  Of course the carriers will continue processing these auto insurance claims. The second highest amount of car insurance claims from Sandy in terms of the numbers of vehicles affected is the State of New Jersey with more than 60,000 car insurance claims already. Other states which has recorded a great amount of damage  and car insurance claims are Virginia, West Virginia, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, North Carolina.  These states share 40,000 car insurance claims from Super Storm Sandy.

Where some had very minor damages like scratches or dents, others suffered great amount of loss in which some cases, there are vehicles that have already been totally wrecked. These vehicles incurred damages not just from flooding but as well as from the debris that were flown away as the said superstorm ravaged the East Coast. Some vehicles that were salvaged post-Sandy had been submerged underwater for a couple days, with many of them rendered inoperable.


Michael E. Dortch
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Lansdale, Pennsylvania  19446
(800) 807-0762  ext. 206

Hurricane Sandy Takes It’s Toll on Thousands Of Boats

Post Date November 19, 2012 – The United States Boat Owner’s Association announced last week more than 70,000 power boats, sail boats and jet ski’s were either damaged or sunk when Hurricane Sandy his the east coast two weeks ago. Hurricane Sandy and the winds it brought to New Jersey, New York and the other states… Continue Reading

Hurricane Insurance Deductible Waived For Homeowners

Post Date November 11, 2012 – Hurricane Sandy was the most destructive weather event in the northeast over the last 60 years.  The death and destruction from Sandy will be felt for decades.  Law makers in the effected eight states and the District of Columbia recently announced a temporary change in Homeowners Insurance Rules to help… Continue Reading

Hurricane Insurance Claims Overwhelm Both Agents & Adjusters

Post Date November 10, 2012 – It’s been a very difficult few weeks for the residents of the northeast. Aside from the billions of property damage, Hurricane Sandy also killed 119 people. Luckily for the customers of, we have had no reports of any deaths.  On the other hand, many of my Pennsylvania, Delaware… Continue Reading

Motorcycle Insurance Law Started October 1, 2012

Post Date October 4, 2012 –  Maryland State Motorcycle Insurance and motor vehicle law now requires both moped and motor scooter operators to purchase motorcycle insurance.  In addition to motorcycle insurance; Maryland State Law will also require moped and scooter owners and passengers to wear both helmets and eye protection while operating  on Maryland’s Streets… Continue Reading

New Jersey Auto Insurance Fraud Case Charged

New Jersey Auto Insurance Fraud Case Charged

Friday’s Post  4/27/12 –  A New Jersey man pleaded guilty on charges to commit New Jersey auto insurance fraud against a number of New Jersey Car Insurance Companies  robbing them of $2,000,000.00 in insurance fraud claims. Prosecutors charged a Chiropractor on a single count of conspiracy to commit fraud by mail, engaging in a scheme based out of… Continue Reading

Connecticut To Waive Storm Deductibles Resulting From Irene

Many customers throughout Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland and parts of Ohio experienced losses from Hurricane Irene. It seems like no one was immune regardless if you lost your car, home, motorcycle or boat to wind or flooding.  My family home I lost its power for four days and many of my neighbors in the Bucks County Area of Pennsylvania experienced severe… Continue Reading

PA, NJ, DE and OH Residents Price Earthquake Coverage

 As most of us whom live on the east coast are aware,  last week an unusual earthquake hit the state of Virginia which was felt as far north as Niagara Falls Canada.  The event left many on the east coast engrossed in uncertainty of not knowing when this type of event may strike again and what damage they could incur during the next event.  In addition,  these same residents are… Continue Reading offices Shake From Earthquake

On Tuesday August 30, 2011,  a strong earthquake rattled the East Coast of the US starting in the State of Virginia. The earthquake was so strong that it could be felt as far as Pennsylvania and inside the corporate offices of in Lansdale, PA which is 35 miles northeast of Philadelphia and all the way to Canada. The… Continue Reading

Consumer Labels on Health Insurance Plans

Regardless if your business is located in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Ohio or anyplace in the US starting next year in 2012, Insurers and employers will have to clearly state the costs and benefits of the health and insurance plans that they are giving out. The U.S. health officials announced this rule only this Wednesday.… Continue Reading