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Claims News Service, Nov. 29, 11:54 a.m. EST — In an unexpected ruling that could have wide-ranging effects on insurers and Katrina claimants affected by the rupture of the New Orleans levee system, a federal judge in the city has ruled that the water damage exclusion is ambiguous because it does not necessarily include man-made causes and therefore must be construed against the companies.

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