Miss. Katrina Suits: Key Wind-Water Ruling Expected Soon; Other Plaintiffs Seek Joint Trial

August 4, 2006

  • August 7, 2006 at 8:49 am
    Just curious... says:
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    These people\’s houses are all different…their premium is different…they had their homes decorated differently however Scruggs argues they are the same…
    He opines that they are victims…as their advocate that is his job however how many claims will drop to the wayside after the courts define the scope of the contracts?
    These cases should not be handled in a Class Action status…

  • December 29, 2006 at 9:19 am
    Surviving Katrina says:
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    The Insurance Companies Have Denied Claims for Wind Damage
    to every Homeowner.

    Yes, The Policy Amounts are Different and so were the Premiums that the Homeowners Paid. That should be the awarded amount in addition to interest, pain & suffering,
    Loss of Use and/or Loss of Income.

    The Insurance Industry Has Done The Same Thing To Each and Every Homeowner.

    That should make it class action…
    saving time and money for all.

    This is about the denial of wind claims.
    Nothing to do with flood insurance, regardles if you did/did not have flood insurance.

    The Homeowners god a bad deal and
    America should stand united with their people.

    If they deny wind for a category 5,
    what makes you think they will pay you for one less than Katrina?
    Wake up America!

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