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Sandy : Lessons From The Wake Of The Storm

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Superstorm Sandy has been a devastating experience for many, and will continue to be so for a long time to come. Much of the damage will take weeks or months to repair, and some may take years. A myriad long battles with insurance companies are a given, as the available funds are unlikely to match the damage and there will be many arguments as to what is covered. The impacts are widespread, but unevenly distributed, as the repairs will be. Like Katrina before it, Sandy will be a defining event in the lives of many people.

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Blackouts lasting for months can result from a sur... by Mark Goldes on Wednesday, Nov 14, 2012 at 12:23:41 PM