Louisiana bills would ban insurance cancellations from drywall claims

 Monday, March 29, 2010

 Insurance Journal

Property insurance companies would not be allowed to cancel policies or raise rates on homeowners who make damage claims stemming from corrosive Chinese drywall, under two proposed state in Louisiana. Bills by state Sen. Julie Quinn, R-Metairie, and Rep. Walt Leger III, D-New Orleans, would provide a degree of protection to Louisiana homeowners who are among about 3,000 nationwide complaining of damage from the drywall.

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