Federal judge has hurricane lawsuit plan

Federal judge has hurricane lawsuit plan

U.S. District Judge James D. Cain Jr. of the Western District of Louisiana at Lake Charles has come up with a plan designed to quickly settle the thousands of hurricane damage lawsuits expected to be filed against insurance companies. The two-part plan involves a streamlined settlement conference and mediation if that doesn’t resolve the issues.

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