(BIVN) – For the second time, residents facing insurance uncertainties due to the eruption of Kilauea had the chance to learn more about making claims at a public forum in Pahoa.
The 2018 Puna Insurance Claims Forum part 2 was held at the Sacred Heart Church Community Hall on Saturday. The event – sponsored by the Hawaii County and State Bar Associations, United Policyholders, and Hawaii Public Adjusters – was split into identical morning and afternoon sessions.
The program for both sessions featured a short talk by FEMA and SBA representatives, a United Policyholders presentation entitled Roadmap to Recovery – Strategies for Collecting What You Are Owed, and a Hawaii Public Adjusters talk entitled Losses due to Fire, Earth-Movement, Lava and Ash.
The first forum was held on June 7 at the Hawaiian Shores Community Association Building.