Setting an Example

Hemenway, Chad
June 2010
Best's Review;Jun2010, Vol. 111 Issue 2, p34
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the issue concerning the increasing number of property/casualty insurers in Louisiana after the hurricane Katrina. It indicates that Louisiana's state government has brought private insurers and reduced the size of the government-run disaster insurer. As a result, the state has managed to regain its financial performance due to the arrival of new insurance companies.


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