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Adjusters for Wright National Flood Insurance used photographs to determine total damages done to homes, leading to inaccurate reports and lowballing homeowners.

Insurance groups are fighting back against a sweeping order announced in November that would reopen all Hurricane Sandy cases for further discovery into how insurance companies evaluated properties for damages.

The order, issued by Judge Gary R. Brown of the U.S. Court for the Eastern District of New York, was in response to Deborah Raimey and Larry Raisfeld’s case against Wright National Flood Insurance, which evaluated their home through a third party engineering firm in Florida, U.S. Forensic. In two prior inspections, the Long Island home was deemed to be uninhabitable with damages of $205,000.

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