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AFTER HURRICANE ANDREW: SPEEDING UP RECOVERY

 AFTER HURRICANE ANDREW: SPEEDING UP RECOVERY
 Following are public service announcements issued today by CIGNA


Property and Casualty companies:
 15 SECONDS: Was your property damaged by Andrew? We can help! If your insurance is with CIGNA Property and Casualty companies, and you suffered property damages from Hurricane Andrew, contact CIGNA's temporary catastrophe offices in Deerfield Beach Florida at 800-554-7965 or Metairie Louisiana at 800-835-0428. We have claims adjustors in Louisiana and Florida to help you.
 10 SECONDS: Was your property damaged by Andrew? We can help! If your insurance is with CIGNA Property and Casualty companies, contact CIGNA's temporary catastrophe offices in Deerfield Beach Florida at 800-554-7965 or Metairie Louisiana at 800-835-0428. We have claims adjustors ready to help you.
 5 SECONDS: If your insurance is with CIGNA Property and Casualty companies, and you suffered property damages from Hurricane Andrew, contact CIGNA's temporary catastrophe offices in Deerfield Beach Florida at 800-554-7965 or Metairie Louisiana at 800-835-0428.
 CONTACT: Tina Angelo, 215-761-4757, or Warren Levy, 215-761-4750, both of CIGNA.
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 (CI) CO: CIGNA Corporation ST: Florida, Louisiana IN: INS SU:


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