insurance

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Five years later, homeowners on the East Coast are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy. Even those with insurance are still struggling to get money to rebuild. That’s because thousands of them were systemically underpaid by their insurance companies. 

Matthew Schuerman / WNYC

Everything looked fine from the outside when Fran Adelson returned to her house the morning after Sandy hit in October 2012. Then she opened the front door.

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U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., says the hundreds of thousands of Wells Fargo customers that were charged for unwanted auto insurance deserve a full refund.

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The insurance giant Aetna says it has chosen New York City as the site for its new headquarters. It will leave Hartford, its home for two centuries. Aetna is the second major corporation to leave Connecticut in the last two years.

Jessica Hill / AP

Insurance giant Aetna is in talks with several states to moves its headquarters out of Hartford, Connecticut, where it’s been since the 1800s.

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