Clarion Ledger Editorial Reveals Behind the Scenes Politicing

I read today’s Clarion Ledger Op-Ed in support of HR 3121 and found some very interesting tidbits buried in the piece most notably that Senator’s Cochran and Wicker have joined Louisiana Senators Landrieu and Vitter in placing a senatorial hold on S. 2284, the re-authorization bill for the National Flood Insurance Program. As we previously noted, S. … Continue reading “Clarion Ledger Editorial Reveals Behind the Scenes Politicing”

Breaking: Several Insurers Dropped from Whistleblower Suit

It’s mono y mono now. The Rigsby sisters against State Farm. Read Anita Lee’s story Three insurance companies dropped from whistle-blower suit. Ocean Springs whistle-blowers are dropping three major insurance companies from a lawsuit filed over Katrina claims handling, choosing to focus on State Farm insurance companies as they press for damages under the federal … Continue reading “Breaking: Several Insurers Dropped from Whistleblower Suit”

Pee on My Leg and Say It’s Raining Part 3: Marsha Thompson Joins Kevin Drawbaugh in the Drive by Reporting Craze

Since Lotus at Folo brought this report that aired on WLBT to my attention, I filed it away for further commentary, not only for its glaring factual inaccuracy (EA Renfroe is a claims adjusting firm not engineers), but also because of the sheer silliness of the logic used to frame the Rigsby sisters as document … Continue reading “Pee on My Leg and Say It’s Raining Part 3: Marsha Thompson Joins Kevin Drawbaugh in the Drive by Reporting Craze”

Merlin Law Blog

Folks, this Cowboy has been letting the totality of this mess sink in and then I read this comment on David Rossmiller’s blog that appears to sum things up well: “For those scoring at home:1.Maria Brown blew the whistle and sued Nutt & McAlister of SKG, alleging sexual harassment, hostile work environment, and mentions N&Ms … Continue reading “Merlin Law Blog”