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NY reports insurer claims paid after superstorm

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — State officials report 24 insurers have paid more than 270,000 New York claims since Superstorm Sandy damaged and flooded parts of Long Island, New York City and its suburbs last fall. The Department of Financial Services says those companies, which account for most of the affected homeowner, auto and business policies, have received almost 390,000 claims and have closed...

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