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A California public adjusting firm has agreed to pay $128,707.92 in fines and restitution after investigators charged that victims of the 2003 wild fires were deceived into signing contracts unfavorable to their interests. The California Department of Insurance alleged that Kapilow & Son of Los Angeles unlawfully hired unlicensed public adjusters, who then misled four families in East San Diego County.

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