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While an insurer group praised language in a Mississippi federal court ruling last week that it said upholds rejections of flood claims, a close reading of the decision indicates carriers might still have their hands full winning their post-Katrina suits.

Language in the March 24 decision by U.S. District Court Judge L.T. Senter Jr., in Gulfport, Miss. suggests that the industry will still have to deal with many other points of law in state court to win a flood damage case.

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