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For those businesses in the Midlands who have already experienced damage from flooding, Mr Brown emphasises that help is available: "The effects of flood damage can be far reaching.
Nearly 20,000 communities across the United States and its territories participate in the NFIP by adopting and enforcing floodplain management ordinances to reduce future flood damage.
Washington state roads closed because of flood damage include Highway 123 over Cayuse Pass on the east side of Mount Rainier National Park (call the park at (360) 569-2211 for information) and the Hoh road on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula, which leads to the Hoh Visitor Center and rain-forest trails in Olympic National Park (call (360) 452-0330 for information).
Quick Flood Preview, created specifically for PLATINUMdata Solutions by TransUnion, is unique in the mortgage industry in that it enables lenders to determine a property's risk for flood damage on the front-end of the loan process.
Insurance Company Voluntarily Discloses Flood Damage Info
With tempers cooled by time and federal aid, Ridge was at the airport to greet Clinton and escort him through a working-class neighborhood to see flood damage.
According to Jon Osterberg, spokesperson for PEMCO Insurance, local consumers are especially vulnerable since Washington state -- unlike many other states -- does not require cars deemed total losses by insurance companies to note the flood damage on the title reports.
Emergency officials say the flood damage will probably exceed $500 million.
Some states require dealers to disclose known flood damage, but refurbishers intent on deception can clean up the more obvious evidence.
Number of Cars with Flood Damage Nearly Doubled Since 2002; Illinois Consumers Need to be on the Lookout for Used Car Fraud
Flood Damage Prevention Begins With Flood Preparedness During Hurricane Season; Sandbagging Kits From Angel-GUARD Can Prevent Thousands of Dollars in Flood Losses
In a Consumer Alert, "Used Vehicle Buyers Watch For Flood Damage," posted on the Attorney General's Web site at http://www.