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Filing An Appeal With FEMA
Dated: September 26 2017
To file an appeal, you must explain the issue(s) in writing, include a copy of the denial letter from your insurer, and provide any supporting documentation.
There is no fee to file an appeal and you do not need a third party to represent you. If you have a third party represent you, FEMA will not pay for any costs incurred for representation. By law, FEMA cannot discuss your claim with a third party representative unless you provide certain information in writing. Please see “Authorize Someone Else to Represent You” for additional information.
You must file your appeal within 60 days of the date of the insurer’s denial letter by sending it to FEMA, 400 C Street SW, 3rd Floor SW, Washington, D.C. 20472-3010, or FEMA-NFIP-Appeals@fema.dhs.gov. FEMA will receive and begin processing emailed appeals more quickly than those sent via U.S. mail or express carrier. Please note that due to cybersecurity requirements, FEMA cannot access file sharing sites, CDs, DVDs, or any electronic storage devices.
If you appeal, you can later choose to file suit against your insurer as long as you are still within the one-year timeframe available to file suit, but you can no longer seek appraisal.
Information is from https://www.fema.gov/flood-claim-appeals-and-guidance
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