Adjusters are making progress getting to the worst hit areas from Hurricane Katrina as insurance regulators get together with industry executives to iron out the response to policyholders.

Hart Hubbard, assistant vice president, catastrophe services for Parsippany, N.J.-based GAB Robins, a claims management firm, said adjusters are on the ground with operations fully up and running in the three most heavily damaged states–Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. More adjusters are expected to be sent in as the work progresses.

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