The Minor family, pictured in 2005, prevailed on a key point in a Hurricane Katrina lawsuit filed against USAA insurance company. The plaintiff in the case is the Estate of Sylvia Minor, pictured in black, who has passed away. At left is Stephen Minor, son of Sylvia and Paul Minor, center. Daughter Kathryn Minor is on the right.
The Minor family, pictured in 2005, prevailed on a key point in a Hurricane Katrina lawsuit filed against USAA insurance company. The plaintiff in the case is the Estate of Sylvia Minor, pictured in black, who has passed away. At left is Stephen Minor, son of Sylvia and Paul Minor, center. Daughter Kathryn Minor is on the right. Sun Herald File
The Minor family, pictured in 2005, prevailed on a key point in a Hurricane Katrina lawsuit filed against USAA insurance company. The plaintiff in the case is the Estate of Sylvia Minor, pictured in black, who has passed away. At left is Stephen Minor, son of Sylvia and Paul Minor, center. Daughter Kathryn Minor is on the right. Sun Herald File

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