Ga. Commissioner Says Help Available for Storm-Damaged Areas; Insured Losses Estimated at $75 Million

September 24, 2004

Georgia Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner John Oxendine has dispatched representatives from his Consumer Services Division to storm-damaged areas around the state to help victims of Hurricane Ivan with any insurance questions they may have.

“Hurricane Ivan, which struck Georgia last Wednesday and Thursday, has caused an estimated $75 million in insured losses,” Oxendine said. “That figure could rise as new claims are reported from around the state.

“The amount of devastation wrought by Hurricane Charley, Frances and Ivan in Florida will take a lot of hard work to correct,” I want to lend whatever assistance I can to help those citizens get their lives back on track.”

Was this article valuable?

Here are more articles you may enjoy.