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An executive with an engineering firm that was evaluating Mississippi Hurricane Katrina claims for State Farm wrote in a 2005 e-mail that he was concerned about the ethical behavior of the insurer.

In response to that message and other e-mails, which were posted on a law firm’s Web site yesterday, a State Farm spokesman pointed to sworn testimony from Robert Kochan, the engineering firm’s president, in which he denied State Farm had acted improperly.

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