New York, NY (PRWEB) February 15, 2013
Because of mold, Hurricane Sandy victims continue to struggle up to this day. And to alleviate their suffering, according to a report from rocklandtimes.com, Senator Carlucci pushed a legislation that seeks to speed up the process of insurance claims for black mold. My Cleaning Products also expressed its intention to help the affected residents by offering them samples of its mold remediation solutions.
Based on the report, the New York Senator called mold as a “real, serious threat to our health.” However, he added that insurance companies failed to see that and the need of the affected residents to get the mold infestation cleared. And so, he pursues the said black mold legistlation to address the issue.
The report detailed that the legislation basically set time frames as to when the insurance providers must respond to the house owners' request for inspection. And as it related, particularly, the bill, if passed, would require the companies to do that within six days. As to whether or not the claim is approved, it would obligate providers to notify homeowners within 15 days.
Below is a part of the said report.
“In response to the Artrip’s situation and those of other homeowners, Carlucci stated that he is pursuing legislation which will speed up the process by which insurance companies handle claims for black mold, setting time frames where providers must respond to homeowner requests for inspection within six days and notify them of whether or not their claim has been approv
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