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Claims from Hurricane Isaac are beginning to roll in, and the storm is expected to be absorbed by primary insurers with little effect on reinsurers, says a ratings agency.

A spokesman for State Farm, the largest personal-lines insurer in Louisiana, says the company has set-up numerous mobile and temporary claims centers in the greater New Orleans and Lake Pontchartrain area to assist agents. Claims representatives have seen 300 residents in LaPlace, La., alone.

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