Did you know that many of the companies that are doing the remediation's do NOT have the proper insurance to be remediating these homes? If there is a failure in the remediation or it is simply is not done properly a second round of victims will be created and the banks stand to have new foreclosures on their hands. If a home is properly remediated by a properly insured and approved remediation firm the home could be eligible for a full blown insurance policy on it. Should there be a failure the owner would have $500,000 in fund to re-remediate the home. We have already seen insurance companies walk away from claims leaving the owners with nothing. Chinese Drywall is considered contaminated and it is excluded from a GL insurance policy. Therefore there is no recourse for the owners. Whats more unique in Florida is there is a general drywall exclusion on a GL policy which does not discriminate as to if it is contaminated drywall. So if a contractor is out there working in these homes without a Contractors Pollution Liability policy you as the consumer are open to NO recourse should there be an issue.