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Flooding is the most common, and most expensive, natural disaster in the United States. Just 1 inch of water pooled in a single-story, 1,000 square-foot home can cause close to $11,000 worth of damage; 1 foot of water in a 2,500 square-foot single-story home can cause more than $29,000 in damage.
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More than 4,100 Mississippi individuals and households have received disaster assistance from FEMA for Hurricane Zeta
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FEMA may provide financial assistance to residents of George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson and Stone counties who need temporary housing because they are displaced from their primary residence as a result of Hurricane Zeta.
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Mississippi residents in George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson and Stone counties impacted by Hurricane Zeta (DR-4576-MS) have until March 1st to apply for disaster assistance.
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Deadline to apply for FEMA assistance is March 1 Mississippi homeowners and renters in George, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Jackson and Stone counties who had uninsured losses from Hurricane Zeta may be eligible for federal disaster financial assistance from FEMA.
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FEMA reminds Mississippi residents who have received federal disaster financial assistance for Hurricane Zeta to use the money for its approved purpose and to keep receipts for three years.
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Even if you have insurance you should register with FEMA. FEMA can’t duplicate insurance payments but it might be able to help with some expenses that aren’t covered fully by insurance, or if an insurance settlement is delayed.
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If you applied for assistance from FEMA because you sustained damage from Hurricane Zeta in Mississippi, you received a letter or an email from FEMA.
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