This past week, CFSIC approved its first two Type 1 applications, within 30 days of its launch. What this means is that two affected homeowners will now be able to proceed with the restoration of their foundations. We are still sorting through several hundred Type 1 applications, and within the next three weeks many more Type 1 applications will be approved. Read more
We wanted to make clear how CFSIC’s position on the issue of insurance company acceptance or denial, as well as CFSIC’s position regarding active litigation, affects claimants. Read more
Last week, CFSIC mailed checks to the first round of claimants. We also notified more than fifty Type 1 claimants to proceed with securing at least two proposals for contractor services. The process of paying claims has begun. Read more
We’ve provided more help for contractors to get them started. Read more.
First, it has been five days since CFSIC launched. We have received many Type 1 and Type 2 applications. Read more.
As you work through the information and application process, here’s how you can get help. Read more.
CFSIC will launch officially on January 10 at approximately 9:00 AM. All of us here are ready to help make this a successful launch. Read more
Effective January 3, CFSIC will be launching a program aimed at assisting homeowners with the assignment of a severity class code to their Type 1 affected foundation claims. Read more
We’ve made much progress since CFSIC’s board met on November 27.
First, on November 28, we received the remainder of the allotment of Bond Commission funding which had been due CFSIC for the fiscal year closing June 30, 2018. These funds have enabled us to continue our operations. Many people inside state government assisted us, and we are grateful. Read more.