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Future Unclear for Sandy Victims Dealing with Insurance Woes

  • Aired: 11/19/2012
  • 07:56
  • Rating: E
Despite a history of hurricanes, there were many storm victims in New York without flood insurance thinking the risk for damage was low. But after Sandy hit, many residents are faced now with huge damage bills and no idea how they'll recover. Economics correspondent Paul Solman reports from New York's Long Island.
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