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money-question.JPGIn response to our latest “Question of Ethics,” readers weighed in on the ethical implications of doing business in states where claimants seem to be able to “profit” from their losses–getting more cash from their insurer than they actually suffered in monetary damages. Read on to find out what your fellow NU readers had to say on the subject, as culled by our ethics columnist, Peter R. Kensicki, and feel free to add more comments on this blog!

A Question Of Ethics:

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