Posted by: tomkingaerial | November 12, 2012

State Farms solution to reach out to Superstorm SANDY victims

State Farm, the largest U.S. home and auto insurer plans to fly airplane banners over areas affected by Superstorm SANDY showing their claims number.

The planes will fly from sunrise to sunset, with one covering the greater New York City area and the other the New Jersey coast.

The insurer has already received nearly 76,000 claims from that storm that battered oceanside communities in New Jersey and New York.  “Sandy” is expected to be the second-worst natural disaster in U.S. history after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.

The Consumer Federation of America said there would be hundreds of thousands of insurance claims filed due to Sandy and it could take weeks before homeowners or renters with damaged roofs or flooded basements see an insurance adjuster in person.

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