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Nationwide Insurance, which agreed in April to reevaluate claims of homeowners whose houses were torn from their foundation slab by Hurricane Katrina, has paid an additional $25 million to Mississippi residents, regulators said.

Insurance Commissioner George Dale’s Wednesday announcement of the payment figure said Nationwide had over 11,000 claims filed in three Mississippi coastal counties after Hurricane Katrina, and has paid in excess of $300 million in claims. Of the claims filed, there were 641 slab cases or near-slab cases that were reevaluated.

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