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-- everybody and she gives you with your fox flash for this Friday thousands are expected to file.
Insurance claims for the damage done to their homes in the wake of hurricane sandy and on top of that many are finding that their cars flooded -- crushed by trees so will your insurance pay for the damage to your vehicle we talked to Fox News.
Legal analyst Bob -- earlier on that -- show.
Most of us should have what's called gap insurance -- they should have I mean if you don't have it had a gap insurance means.
That if your cars loss and some type of accident or whatever gap insurance will make the payments on the card if you don't have it you're stuck making the payments pass of the flood damage.
Comprehensive coverage should always cover the flood damage generally speaking there -- some insurance companies -- because of where you live.
People of comprehensive won't cover the flight.
But make sure you talked your agent obviously during this period of time people -- to get to their agents sometime but comprehensive should cover -- the flood damage to the vehicle.
Okay what are there any rights of tenants.
Or the occupants -- -- -- -- -- some -- destroyed from -- -- -- morning.
Yet this is going to be -- little tricky first of all remember most carriers don't cover flood insurance lets you go through federal program.
So if you're tenant in New York City that your confidence has been damaged and it's from flood damage.
Then many times.
Your policies don't cover -- this is where it's gonna get tricky like I said yesterday you're going to see.
Some rural acrimony here between insurance companies and insurers and that's -- the government's gonna get involved to see what the hell they're gonna give to people.
You're gonna see a lot of what we call bad faith lawsuits between people bought insurance and didn't pay and courts interpreting the language and policies.
Bob went on to say that if you feel that your fighter is not acting in a timely manner or in -- good faith way then you should probably talk to somebody.
In the legal profession.
And so much for that doggie in the window that LA City Council officially banning pet shops from selling animals bought from commercial breeders.
The stores will now only be allowed to sell rescued -- -- supporters say the measure will save the lives of household pets.
The -- shop owners say it's unfair and risked their livelihood.
So -- is the largest city in the country with that kind of have just like my -- -- Chair does it affect your fox usher Stevie -- you tomorrow.
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