Monday, November 4, 2013

Victims of storm damage decry runaround, red tape

By Michelle Tuccitto Sullo

Daniel Bagley, who owns the Village Marina in Milford, said his business sustained significant damage during Superstorm Sandy, with several docks broken and ruined.
This was on top of damage from Tropical Storm Irene. Bagley estimates the damages at about $200,000. He originally had 87 docks, but is now down to 60.
“I lost 27 docks, which means lost revenue,” Bagley said.
Bagley put in an insurance claim, but he said this covered a small percentage of the damage.
“At the end of the day, you don’t get paid for what you thought would be covered,” he said.

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Dan Bagley, owner of Village Marina in Milford, stands in front of an empty space where docks used to be before being destroyed in Superstorm Sandy. Peter Hvizdak — New Haven Register



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