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Presentation by Jeana Goosmann at the Flood Insurance Meeting in North Sioux City

Presentation by Jeana Goosmann at the Flood Insurance Meeting in North Sioux City

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  • 1. Flood Insurance Information MeetingJune 15, 2011
    Jeana Goosmann*°, Anthony Osborn*, Emilee Boyle Gehling, Lindsey Buchheit*°
    Licensed in Iowa, Nebraska* and South Dakota°
    701 Pierce Street, Suite 200, Sioux City, IA 51101
    PH: 712.226.4000 www.goosmannlaw.com FX: 712.224.4517
  • 2. FEMA Flood Insurance
    Written Notice Timely
    Proof of Loss- 60 days
    Valuation
    • RCV v. ACV
    Appeal Deadlines
  • 3. FEMA Benefits
    Individual Benefits Must Be Authorized
    Programs  Eligibility
  • 4. Housing Issues
    Landlord/ Tenant
    Mortgage/Lenders
    • Foreclosure
    • 5. www.makinghomeaffordable.gov
    • 6. Bankruptcy
  • Employer/Employee
    At will
    Discrimination
    Benefits
  • 7. Government Immunity(general rule)
    Under some circumstances, the government may have liability if its employees were negligent and caused damages. However, under the doctrine of “sovereign immunity,” governmental authorities are generally immune from liability for the negligent acts of their agents and employees.
    Normally applies to governmental functions- crime prevention, flood control, fire fighting, preservation of health.
  • 8. Questions
    Goosmann Law Firm, PLC
    Jeana Goosmann*°, Anthony Osborn*, Emilee Boyle Gehling, Lindsey Buchheit*°
    Licensed in Iowa, Nebraska* and South Dakota°
    701 Pierce Street, Suite 200, Sioux City, IA 51101
    PH: 712.226.4000 www.goosmannlaw.com FX: 712.224.4517
    This material is for information purposes only and is not intended to be advertising, solicitation, or legal advice. This information is general; it is not intended to be legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Your receipt of this material does not create an attorney‐client relationship.

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