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allstate_logo.gifThe “Good Hands” people over at Allstate sure have a strong grip when it comes to holding onto documents demanded by the government. The carrier had its license suspended in Florida this week for failing to cough up everything the state wants in its probe of property insurance rate-setting. Meanwhile, it can’t shake a fine of $25,000 a day for refusing to hand over an infamous consultant’s report, supposedly on how to stall claims–”a kind of holy grail for plaintiff lawyers nationwide,” notes the “Kansas City Star,” whose readers rightfully hammered the insurer online.

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