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What's the limit on what you can earn from a disaster State Farm insurance in SD?

My house was damaged by a tornado (severely). State farm offers $25 an hour for cleanup and repairs the customer makes on the house. My total was $250. Is there a cap on how much you can earn? There are other people who earned money too. So is the cap only per person? Or does it go for everyone? And I'm not doing repairs, I'm just cleaning up debris. And by my house I meant my parents house. I'm 13. Apparently there is no age limit.

Asked By: turtleman924 - 8/5/2010
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Very likely there is a cap. I'm sure that they took photos when they came to inspect the damage. If you attempt to turn in excessive time for cleanup or repair of the damages, they will produce their photos of the event and an estimate from contractors to do a cleanup and repair job like yours. They took the photos as... More
Answered By: Smokies Hiker - 8/5/2010
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You're not actually "earning". If the job would take a contractor 10 hours, they'll pay you for 10 hours. They sure won't pay you $100,000 per hour. The MOST they pay, is your policy limit - but they're only going to pay a reasonable amount for the job.
Answered By: mbrcatz - 8/5/2010
 
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