FORT MYERS, Fla. — Insurance companies are trying to get people checks th
ey’ve been waiting on. Walter Pilkons went to the event for help. He said, “we had 106 inches o
water in the house, total loss of contents, but the house stood up, and that left us in this funny in-between area. Do we need to knock it down? Or not?” Pilkons has significant damage to his house from hurricane Ian. He’s not
the only one, John Sutorius said, “I brought in paperwork to
ustify to replace the entire roof. They looked at that, they looked at the letter
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BEEN WAITING SINCE HURRICANE FOR FEMA TO VISIT DESTROYED HOUSE, CAR…INS. WOULD NOT PAY FOR FLOODED HOUSE..