Monday, May 29, 2006

Insurance Cost Should Be Spread Over State

They are talking about raising the premiums, 400% for some people, who have the misfortune to live in the coastal counties. But we all know that Katrina did damage as for inland as Hattiesburgh and Meridian. In fact my home in Latimer (which is located in one of the coastal counties) received very little damage, while some homes in Meridian received much more damage. So why should I have to pay higher premiums then they do? And we all saw on TV, the people in Jackson asking for FEMA assistance, so why aren't their premiums being raised?

Commissioner Dale, it's time for some answers?

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