Michael Hunter

February 5, 2014 4:08 PM

What should your HOA do after it has suffered a disaster?

Note: This week's column was written by Bob Freitag of AmeriClaims, Inc., a firm of public insurance adjusters in Indian Trail that represents individuals, organizations, and businesses after a property disaster.

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