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Your Claim should be $9,009 for the Flood

on Sunday April 23 2023 at 03:19 AM for 26 Minutes
Coastal flooding near 1st St & 104th St

Depth of this flood: 0.819 Inches (21mm)

Calculated as $11000 for each Inch of flooding:
11000*0.819 = 9,009
for a house of 1000 square feet and of 1 floors.
THIS IS ONLY A SIMULATION NOT A CLAIM FOR COMPENSATION
JOIN THE CLIMATE CLASS ACTION TO MAKE THIS POSSIBLE!
THE BREAKDOWN OF YOUR COMPENSATION FROM EACH FOSSIL FUEL FIRM
FOR THE AMOUNT $9,009


GET PAID COMPENSATION BY THE CARBON MAJORS FROM U.S.
  • ExxonMobil Corp must pay you: $178 — 1.98% of your total damage.
  • Chevron Corp must pay you: $118 — 1.31% of your total damage.
  • Peabody Energy Corp must pay you: $104 — 1.15% of your total damage.
  • ConocoPhillips must pay you: $82 — 0.91% of your total damage.
  • Arch Coal Inc must pay you: $57 — 0.63% of your total damage.
  • Anglo American must pay you: $53 — 0.59% of your total damage.
  • Alpha Natural Resources must pay you: $49 — 0.54% of your total damage.
  • Consol Energy Inc must pay you: $45 — 0.5% of your total damage.
  • Anadarko Petroleum Corp must pay you: $30 — 0.33% of your total damage.
GET PAID COMPENSATION BY THE CARBON MAJORS FROM E.U.
  • Royal Dutch Shell PLC must pay you: $150 — 1.67% of your total damage.
  • BP PLC must pay you: $138 — 1.53% of your total damage.
  • Poland Coal must pay you: $105 — 1.16% of your total damage.
  • Total SA must pay you: $86 — 0.95% of your total damage.
  • Rio Tinto must pay you: $68 — 0.75% of your total damage.
  • Eni SPA must pay you: $53 — 0.59% of your total damage.
  • Statoil ASA must pay you: $47 — 0.52% of your total damage.
  • RWE AG must pay you: $42 — 0.47% of your total damage.
  • Glencore PLC must pay you: $34 — 0.38% of your total damage.
  • Repsol SA must pay you: $30 — 0.33% of your total damage.
  • Czech Republic Coal must pay you: $27 — 0.3% of your total damage.

Depth of this flood: 0.819 Inches (21mm)

Timing and measures of the flood:
● 0.624 Inches (16mm) at 03:22:54 AM
● 0.624 Inches (16mm) at 03:23:57 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:25:00 AM
● 0.663 Inches (17mm) at 03:26:03 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:27:07 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:28:10 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:29:14 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:30:17 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:31:20 AM
● 0.78 Inches (20mm) at 03:32:23 AM
● 0.78 Inches (20mm) at 03:33:26 AM
● 0.78 Inches (20mm) at 03:34:29 AM
● 0.819 Inches (21mm) at 03:35:32 AM
● 0.741 Inches (19mm) at 03:36:35 AM
● 0.741 Inches (19mm) at 03:37:39 AM
● 0.702 Inches (18mm) at 03:38:42 AM
● 0.624 Inches (16mm) at 03:39:45 AM
● 0.624 Inches (16mm) at 03:40:49 AM
● 0.741 Inches (19mm) at 03:41:52 AM
● 0.429 Inches (11mm) at 03:42:56 AM
● 0.429 Inches (11mm) at 03:43:59 AM
● 0.429 Inches (11mm) at 03:45:02 AM


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