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State Farm has recently filed court motions to dismiss the whistle-blower lawsuit filed against it by Cori and Kerri Rigsby–sisters who worked for a private adjusting firm following Hurricane Katrina.

As the five-year anniversary of the most destructive natural disaster in the U.S. approached, State Farm entered motions in the U.S. District Court in Southern Mississippi. The documents ask Judge L.T. Senter to dismiss the case based on a number of factors including that the Rigsby sisters violated the False Claims Act’s mandatory seal requirement.

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