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Claims News Service, April 20, 11:23 a.m. EST- The Mississippi Commissioner of Insurance George Dale recently announced that Nationwide Insurance has voluntarily agreed to reevaluate Hurricane Katrina slab claim cases.

A slab claim results when nothing is left of an insured’s residence except the foundation upon which it was built. The review is expected to bring more wind-related payments to policyholders along Mississippi’s Gulf Coast in Harrison, Hancock, and Jackson counties in addition to the $270 million Nationwide has already paid out in Hurricane Katrina damages.

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