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gdale4.bmpIf State Farm indeed is on the verge of settling a ton of water-related Hurricane Katrina claims with Mississippi government officials (click here for the story), I would expect others to fall in line fairly quickly rather than face a hostile state jury over the coverage dispute. Yet despite all the controversy, Mississippi Insurance Commissioner George Dale–stuck between a rock and a hard place in his storm-ravaged state–was anything but hostile towards insurers at an industry meeting yesterday in New York.

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