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Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood won a small battle last month when the U.S. District Court granted a motion to remand to state court the lawsuits against several insurers regarding coverage for damage resulting from Hurricane Katrina. The lawsuit seeks to make the insurance industry pay for losses caused by Katrina, particularly damage caused directly or indirectly by water, whether or not driven by wind.


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