Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak has issued a bulletin to all Oklahoma-licensed property and casualty insurers and insurance producers, advising them to keep customers on their current policies for at least 60 days after the completion of repairs.
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Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak has announced plans to hold a series of educational forums for storm victims. The weekly forums, which begin June 18, allow impacted Oklahomans to ask questions and receive assistance with insurance-related issues related to the May tornadoes.
Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak has issued a bulletin to all Oklahoma-licensed public adjusters advising them not to charge customers more than 10 percent of the total claim settlement.
State and federal disaster assistance now tops $7.6 million for Oklahoma homeowners, renters and business owners affected by the May 18-June 2 severe storms, flooding and tornadoes.
Insurance commissioners from across the country attended an educational post-natural disaster forum today, hosted by Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak, in response to the tornadoes that swept central Oklahoma in May.
A program aimed at providing free legal advice to disaster victims has been extended to those in Canadian County.
The White House today approved Gov. Mary Fallin’s request to extend the major disaster declaration issued on May 20 to include the latest round of tornadoes, flooding, straight-line winds and severe storms that occurred in Oklahoma from May 28 through June 2.
Representatives with the Oklahoma Insurance Department’s Medicare Assistance Program (MAP) are available to help senior adults impacted by the recent tornado outbreak.
Moore property owners who want city-hired contractors to remove and haul off debris from their homes destroyed by the May 20 tornado must sign a right-of-entry form. The form gives City contractors permission to access the property.
The Salvation Army will receive a special delivery of supplies tomorrow morning. The delivery, containing 6 pallets of water and a bunch of baby wipes, diapers, disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer, soap and shampoo is coming from residents of Joplin, Missouri.