Big Dig now faces property complaints By Andrea Estes, Globe Staff ,March 27, 2005 “The Big Dig has left a 2-mile trail of cracked walls, shifting foundations, and flooded basements through the heart of the city, from North Station to the South End, property owners there say. As the project rolls toward completion in September, more than 100 Boston condo owners, residents, and businesses have filed complaints or insurance claims that could total tens of millions of dollars for everything from water damage in private Boston homes pilings supporting historic buildings are in danger. Most say they have received little help from Big Dig managers, or the project’s insurer, which routinely dismisses most damage claims. Many Boston homeowners said insurance adjusters visit their homes, offer reassuring words, then send a letter denying their claims.
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