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J-Philla
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« on: September 06, 2017, 08:34:44 AM »

I live in the southern side of Brazoria county, where we are currently experiencing the worse river flooding since they've kept records.  i was able to pull most of my gear outta the water only to have the river come up and take them all outta my yard.  we still have about 4 ft of water in the house, and it's not predicted to drop for another 7-11 days.  Does anyone know of someone that has filed a disaster claim for a fishing business affected by hurricane damages?  Also I'm sayin a prayer for all of you in Fl and the East coast, seems to be a horrible storm ya'll are fixing to get also.

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« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 07:25:33 PM »

Sorry to hear you flooded. I hope you find the assistance you are looking for.
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« Reply #2 on: September 07, 2017, 07:50:05 PM »

Sorry for everything you lost, but happy to hear you made it through unharmed. I believe there are a few options, if it is similar to when Sandy hit here in NJ. I believe you can submit through your homeowners if you lost a certain amount of valuables and the property is your primary residence. I know that when I owned an HVAC business years ago, my basement in the shop flooded due to Hurricane Irene and was able to submit a claim for all of the tools I lost and was able to recoup at least a good portion of it. Another option, I think after you've exhausted insurance, would be FEMA. I have filed through FEMA a few times as a public entity(a Public School District) I know that as a private business or residence you can get some assistance, I'm just not sure of the extent. I am not a pro in this area and am not claiming to be, I just am trying to offer some information you probably already know. God bless and stay strong down there in Texas.

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« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2017, 06:43:19 PM »

Being Texas got federal disaster status, there might be a way to claim under that, though it may be in the form of a low interest disaster loan.
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