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Denis G. Kelly graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1992. He has practiced as an attorney in New York since 1992 as a trial lawyer primarily in the fields of medical malpractice and personal injury. In 1999 he was elected to the Long Beach City Council after serving as a Commissioner of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of Long Beach. Subsequently, he served as a Commissioner on the Long Beach Civil Service Commission. After practicing law in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Garden City from 1992 through 2005, Denis opened his own practice in Long Beach, New York in 2006, continuing to represent clients in personal injury and medical malpractice suits throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties, as well as the City of New York. He has also developed a busy practice in the areas of zoning and land use. Learn More


FEMA to Review All Flood Damage Claims From Hurricane Sandy

Posted: March 12 2015 Original Story: By: David W. Chen The Federal Emergency Management Agencyhas agreed to review every flood insurance claim filed by homeowners affected by Hurricane Sandy, amid accusations that damage assessment reports were fraudulently altered to minimize claims. The agency’s administrator, W. Craig Fugate, also revealed in a letter to members of the New York and New Jersey congressional...

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FEMA Opens Review To Every Single Hurricane Sandy Flood Insurance Claim After Fraud Allegations

Posted: March 11 2015 11:13 PM EDT Original Story: By: Catherine Dunn FEMA administrator Craig Fugate agreed to reassess every single Sandy flood claim during a meeting Wednesday with the four U.S. Senators from New York and New Jersey. Fugate has also accepted the resignation of David Miller, the associate administrator for the Federal Insurance and Mitigation Administration, which oversees the flood insurance program, an agency...

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Hurricane Sandy: Buried Adjuster Report Raises New Fraud Allegations Against FEMA Flood Insurance Program

Posted: March 05 2015 5:27 PM EST Original Story: By: Catherine Dunn Humphrey Uddoh wrote a letter to a federal judge in New Jersey last month about two insurance adjusters who appeared at his Jersey City home after Superstorm Sandy in 2012 — one a welcome guest, the other quite suspicious. The first man, Uddoh says, assessed that the home had sustained flood damage totaling at least $80,000. The second man, Uddoh says, showed up...

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