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Was State Farm–its longtime advertising claims to the contrary–not a good neighbor when it came to dealing with Hurricane Katrina claims in Mississippi? In today’s blog entry, NU Editor In Chief Sam Friedman notes grumbling within the industry about how disputes over water-related losses could have been handled better, without further damaging the industry’s already tarnished reputation. Go to www.property-casualty.com to offer your take on the controversy.

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