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After a federal judge rejected a proposed State Farm class-action settlement for Mississippi homeowners with storm-surge damage, which included provisions for more than $20 million in lawyers’ fees, attorneys said it could be fixed to get it approved.

U.S. District Court Judge L.T. Senter Jr. said in a Friday ruling that besides failing to justify attorneys’ fees for the class-action settlement, the proposal lacked information on a multitude of points and he could not call it “fair, just, balanced or reasonable.”

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