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Hurricane Maria damage in Puerto Rico Destroyed communities are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Toa Alta, Puerto Rico, Thursday, Sept. 28, 2017. (Photo: AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

A year after Hurricane Maria tore through the U.S. territory, Puerto Rico’s Insurance Commissioner’s Office and Consumer Affairs Department have filed two lawsuits against insurance companies on the island. Government officials argue insurers have not responded quickly enough to claims filed nearly a year ago.

Danielle Ling

As the Associate Editor of Online Features & Multimedia for PC360, Danielle Ling writes and edits feature articles for both online and print publications. Danielle heads PC360's video department, producing news packages and animated videos for the site. A University of Maryland and Philip Merrill College of Journalism alum, prior to this role, Danielle served as a video journalist for Verizon FiOS 1 News NJ on the show "Push Pause." Connect with Danielle on LinkedIn or email her at dling@alm.com

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