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A recent study by two trial lawyer groups makes inflammatory statements about how insurance companies handled customers and their claims after Hurricane Katrina.

The Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America released a report entitled, “Pattern of Greed: How Insurance Companies Put Profits Over Policyholders,” that purports to show how the insurance industry has made a practice of collecting billions of dollars from policyholders only to deny claims made after natural disasters and report record profits.

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