How people can reconstruct records lost in a natural disaster

Reconstructing records after a disaster is important for several reasons including insurance reimbursement and taxes. Records can help people prove their disaster-related losses. Estimated losses can help people get more recovery assistance like loans or grants.
Financial Statements- people can gather past statements from their credit card company or bank. Many of these records may be available online. People can also contact their bank to get paper copies of these statements.
Property Records- To get documents related to property, homeowners can contact the title company, escrow company or bank that handled the purchase of the home or other property.
Inherited Property- Taxpayers can check court records for probate values. If a trust or estate existed, contact the attorney who handled the trust.
Car Owners- Taxpayers may research the current fair-market value for most vehicles thorough a variety of venues.