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LA. HIGH COURT UPHOLDS FLOOD EXCLUSION IN KATRINA CASE Sher v. Lafayette Ins. Co.

4 No. 2 ANIBFLR 6Andrews Insurance Bad Faith Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

LA. HIGH COURT UPHOLDS FLOOD EXCLUSION IN KATRINA CASE Sher v. Lafayette Ins. Co.

4 No. 2 ANIBFLR 6Andrews Insurance Bad Faith Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

4 No. 2 Andrews Insurance Bad Faith Litig. Rep. 6
Andrews Insurance Bad Faith Litigation Reporter
*1 June 3, 2008
Hurricane Katrina
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LA. HIGH COURT UPHOLDS FLOOD EXCLUSION IN KATRINA CASE

Sher v. Lafayette Ins. Co.

The Louisiana Supreme Court has ruled that Lafayette Insurance Co. has no duty to cover a New Orleans apartment building's water damage caused by levee breaches during Hurricane Katrina.
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