Steve Loper of Pascagoula is one of many policyholders who planted signs after Hurricane Katrina to protest their treatment by insurers that rejected claims of wind damage, maintaining storm surge covered by federal policies caused the losses.
Steve Loper of Pascagoula is one of many policyholders who planted signs after Hurricane Katrina to protest their treatment by insurers that rejected claims of wind damage, maintaining storm surge covered by federal policies caused the losses. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File
Steve Loper of Pascagoula is one of many policyholders who planted signs after Hurricane Katrina to protest their treatment by insurers that rejected claims of wind damage, maintaining storm surge covered by federal policies caused the losses. John Fitzhugh jcfitzhugh@sunherald.com File

Mississippi Supreme Court rejects State Farm’s Katrina appeal

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