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The US Attorney’s office first began looking into Hurricane Isabel claims related practices in early February 2004.


On May 9th, 2004 the Baltimore County Executive publicly called for the US Attorney to investigate Hurricane Isabel claims related problems.


The Baltimore Sun reported on the matter. The Headlines read, “Inquiry sought on flood payoffs; Smith asks U.S. attorney to investigate company hired to process claims; 'Just sitting on its hands'; Isabel victims await damage reassessments”.

The first article can be viewed in the Sun archives. Keywords = flood payoffs.


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