The first post-Katrina "wind versus flood" lawsuit will come down to a battle of dueling claims adjusters, one expert predicted after arguments in the case concluded last week.

U.S. District Judge L.T. Senter Jr. is presiding in Gulfport, Miss., over the case of a Mississippi couple seeking full compensatory damages from their insurer for their home, which was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina last summer.

The judge will receive post-trial briefs over the next week and will issue his ruling at some unspecified time after that.

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