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Dealing with insurance companies post-Irene

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If you haven’t already, you might want to take a moment before the storm reaches your neck of the woods to review your homeowners’ insurance policy and look over the fine print. CNBC'S Sharon Epperson joins TODAY’s Amy Robach to run down some useful information people who suffer property damage should know.