Mississippi court gets insurer USAA appeal of Katrina damage award

 Monday, May 10, 2010

 Insurance Journal

A dispute between an insurance company and a retired Navy admiral over coverage of damages from Hurricane Katrina has made its way to the Mississippi Supreme Court. The case is among dozens the Supreme Court will hear during its May-June term. The lawsuit involving Admiral James W. Lisanby and his wife, Gladys, and United Services Automobile Association was the first Katrina-related case to go to trial in Jackson County.
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