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Taylor.jpgInsurers are keeping a stiff upper lip as they prepare to take the hot seat on Feb. 28, when an oversight panel of the House Financial Services Committee will convene to probe the handling of Hurricane Katrina claims. Rep. Gene Taylor, D-Miss., who vows to lay out the case against carriers at that time, has already fired his first salvo, insisting he is “convinced” the industry wrongfully billed the National Flood Insurance Program for damages that were really wind-related, and therefore covered under standard homeowners policies. What evidence will Rep. Taylor present to prove his case?

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