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Gov's Mobile Office At Atlantic Highlands To Help Local Residents With Property Loss Issues
To continue assisting New Jersey residents who have suffered property loss as a result of Superstorm Sandy, the Christie Administration will host its tenth mobile office in Atlantic Highlands, Monmouth County on Monday, February 25, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Staff from Governor Christie’s Office, the Department of Banking and Insurance and the National Flood Insurance Program will answer consumers’ questions, take complaints, and assist consumers in filing insurance claims related to damages caused by the storm.
Recent mobile offices in Monmouth County have been held at Neptune Town Hall, Union Beach, and Sea Bright.
The Department will send members of its senior staff along with consumer representatives to each location. Staff will answer consumer questions, provide literature on such topics as property insurance, flood insurance and general information about filing insurance claims, as well as provide general assistance.
There will also be a representative from the National Flood Insurance Program and the Governor’s Office at the site. In order to expedite matters, residents should bring their insurance policy and any claim information to the mobile office.