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NU Online News Service, May 19, 11:12 a.m. EDT–Four Florida homeowners have filed prospective class action lawsuits against three insurance companies over claims made in the wake of Hurricane Ivan.

Two of the complaints were filed against Allstate, with the other two naming USF&G Specialty Insurance Co. and State Farm. In their complaints, filed by attorneys in Escambria and Santa Rosa counties, the homeowners are seeking to be paid the full value of their insurance policies to replace homes that were destroyed completely by the storm.

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