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Claims News Service, Mar. 8, 10:19 a.m. EST — Commissioner of Insurance George Dale has reached an agreement with State Farm Insurance Company that will require the company to reopen all “slab” cases from Hurricane Katrina. According to a release from the Mississippi Department of Insurance (MID), State Farm will identify and review all such claims, identify the amount paid and/or offered to date, and the additional action State Farm is willing to take for each “slab” claim and report in writing back to his office within 30 days.


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