Louisiana High Court Majority Denies Insureds’ Appeal In Hurricane Isaac Dispute
(January 13, 2016, 10:02 AM EST) -- NEW ORLEANS — A majority of the Louisiana Supreme Court refused to disturb an appeals court’s ruling that sustained a federal flood insurer's exception of lack of subject matter jurisdiction in a Hurricane Isaac coverage dispute, according to a Jan. 8 news release (Louis Rodriguez-Roble And Marisol Soto-Ayala v. American National Property and Casualty Co., No. 2015-C -1953, La. Sup.).
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Louis Rodriguez-Roble and Marisol Soto-Ayala sued American National Property and Casualty Co. (ANPAC) in the 40th Judicial District Court, Parish of St. John...