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Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Cornering the Market
Protecting your rights after Sandy
Teri Ann Loeser

The Law Offices of Elliot J. Blumenthal, PLLC
Elliot J. Blumenthal, Esq. and Daniel L. Friedman, Esq. “Of Counsel”
483 Chestnut St., Cedarhurst
Phone: (516) 295-0903
Fax: (516) 706-3963

The impact of Hurricane Sandy has affected most of us – some indirectly, but all too many in a devastating manner. Those who suffered the loss of a home or even moderate damage, are quite familiar with the slow, grueling process of dealing with insurance claims, FEMA, adjusters, inspectors, and contractors.

Getting the money needed to replace, rebuild and repair is emotionally exhausting and time consuming. Appeals require documentation from contractors who are too busy to respond. And in the end, many Sandy Storm victims walk away with considerably less than they need. They just want to get their lives back to normal.

The reality is, sometimes you just need the help and protection of a professional. Whether you haven’t yet received a determination and/or a settlement from your flood or homeowners insurance, or you have received it but it isn’t enough, attorneys like Elliot Blumenthal, Esq. and Daniel Friedman, Esq. can help you through the process, and to a fair resolution. They will protect your legal rights, walk you through the red tape, and if necessary, represent you at an Appraisal of Loss Proceeding (arbitration) or in court.

For nearly twenty years, Elliot Blumenthal has focused on complex civil and white-collar litigation. Elliot represents parties in civil litigation, including trials and arbitration hearings.

Daniel Friedman, Esq. is “Of Counsel,” to this firm, working together with Blumenthal on Sandy Storm litigation. Friedman is a seasoned commercial and real estate litigator, with significant experience in arbitration proceedings, negotiation, and alternative dispute resolution. Both he and Blumenthal live in an area that was badly damaged by the Sandy Storm. Many of their friends and neighbors, as well as Houses of Worship, suffered significant damages.


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