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98 Hurricane Deductible Suit Resurfaces Lawyers pressing a five-year-old lawsuit, which challenges Mississippis 2 percent home insurance deductible for hurricane damage, last week filed new papers seeking to make it a class action.

The case, which developed after Hurricane Georges smashed into the Mississippi coast on Sept. 28, 1998, with winds exceeding 100 miles-per-hour, was filed on behalf of 13,000 homeowners who sustained damage or destruction in Jackson, Harrison and Hancock counties.

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