New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has tightened the deadline, to six days, for insurance adjusters to inspect properties. The move is part of an effort to expedite the payment of insurance claims related to Hurricane Sandy. Cuomo also is letting adjusters from other states help tackle Sandy-related claims, and he has commended some property/casualty insurers for their initiatives to reduce the backlog of claims. "No one takes their role of helping customers more seriously than insurers," PCI's Kristina Baldwin said.
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