|Posted on 9/16/2017 9:12:00 AM.|
Attorney General Jeff Landry is alerting consumers to be on the lookout when buying vehicles, as nearly one million vehicles were flooded in Texas and Florida during recent hurricanes. Landry says these flood-damaged vehicles could end up on the streets and sold to unsuspecting car buyers.
“Today, it’s estimated that throughout the nation, there are over 300,000 flood damaged vehicles from past disasters. I don’t want you to get taken for a ride.”
|Jeff Landry, Attorney General, flooded vehicles, flood damage|
|Posted on 9/21/2016 5:14:00 AM.|
More and more south Louisiana flood victims are selling their flood damaged homes to investors as is. Baton Rouge area realtor Ginger Maulden says the category “Currently Damaged” is being used to help flood victims track and sell their homes. She says the listing will be especially helpful to investors.
|Ginger Maulden, realtor, flood damage|
|Posted on 3/23/2016 5:43:00 AM.|
North Louisiana is still hurting from the massive downpour that dumped upwards of two feet of rain in some areas. West Monroe Senator Mike Walsworth is concerned how parish governments will pay for the damage, even if they are eligible for federal assistance and only have to pay a quarter of the cost for a road that was washed away by the floods.
|Mike Walsworth, flood damage|