Except for one. How is "wind driven water" damage different from damage from "high winds"? Apparently this federal judge knows. The victims of Katrina contiue to be victimized. So much for compassion.
U.S. District Judge L.T. Senter Jr. ruled that a Mississippi Gulf Coast couple cannot collect damages from storm surge caused by Katrina because Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co.'s policies do not cover wind-driven water damage.
Senter said Paul and Julie Leonard of Pascagoula could be compensated for damage that they could prove was caused by high winds, however.
Jeebus died for insurance company's sins, but that doesn't help people of the Gulf Coast.