Judge Senter Hands Down Decision In Katrina Lawsuit Against State Farm

For those who just can’t get enough Katrina insurance coverage news, here’s a link to a story about Judge L.T. Senter’s latest decision involving a homeowner lawsuit against State Farm.  He upheld the flood exclusion as unamibguous, but found the clause that excludes concurrent covered and uncovered causes to be ambiguous.  The basis of the decision, however, appears to be the same as his earlier decision in Buente v. Allstate.  I’ll let you know if there are any surprises when I have time to read his opinion.  Here’s a link to my earlier post on Judge Senter’s decision in Buente v. Allstate.  Here is another link to an account of Judge Senter’s decision.

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