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Month: September 2012

Louisiana Insurance of Last Resort Settles Class Action Lawsuits

According to reports, a Louisiana state operated insurance company of last resort, Louisiana Citizens Property Insurance, has agreed to settle two remaining class actions lawsuits related to its handling of claims after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita. Sources say the board...

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State Farm Faces Criminal Investigation For Denying Hurricane Ike Claims

State Farm Insurance is the nation's largest home insurer. According to ABC News Agency, the insurance company faces a criminal investigation in Texas concerning the handling of tens of thousands of hurricane claims. Reportedly, the investigation has also been confirmed...

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Deepwater Horizon Settlements Payments Slow to Start

According to a recent article in the Houston Chronicle, thousands of Gulf Coast residents damaged by the 2010 oil spill must decide by November 1, whether to participate in a class action settlement. However, the Chronicle reports that most are...

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Hurricane Isaac Turns Up Tar Balls From BP Gulf Coast Oil Spill

According reports, in the wake of Hurricane Isaac many Gulf Coast locals in Alabama and Louisiana have discovered tar balls and oil in areas once underneath the now receded waterline. Sources say officials even closed a 13-mile stretch of the...

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