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State Farm is in the final stages of settling more than 600 lawsuits in Mississippi that stem from the destruction caused by 2005′s Hurricane Katrina, according to an article appearing in the New York Times. The newspaper reported that settlements could total up to $80 million, and said other insurers are expected to adopt similar deals.


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