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Oxendine offers storm victims claims assistance

April 17, 2007

Americus-  Americus storm victims struggling to settle claims with their insurance companies will get a helping hand Tuesday.  Insurance and Fire Safety Commissioner John Oxendine and his staff will be available for two hours to discuss problems or concerns with storm insurance claims. 

Commissioner Oxendine along with staff from his Consumer Services Division will be on hand to meet face-to-face with consumes to discuss problems or concerns they may have with resolving their insurance claim. At seven weeks after the storm, Oxendine said many of the claims should have been processed by now or residents may be running into problems that he could address. 

"If you're having a problem bring your paperwork, we'll be happy to go over that paperwork with you, intervene in your case if you would like us to, and we'll negotiate with the insurance company and work to get the case resolved," said John Oxendine, Insurance & Fire Safety Commissioner.

Tuesday's meeting will be held from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Sumter County Courthouse on West Lamar Street.

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