Homeowners Fight Insurance Companies over Katrina

Curtis Lee (left), Joan Lee, Jeralyn Faulstich and Frank Faulstich. Credit: Jim Zarroli. i

Curtis Lee (left), Joan Lee, Jeralyn Faulstich and Frank Faulstich, members of the "Slingshot Group." Jim Zarroli, NPR hide caption

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Curtis Lee (left), Joan Lee, Jeralyn Faulstich and Frank Faulstich. Credit: Jim Zarroli.

Curtis Lee (left), Joan Lee, Jeralyn Faulstich and Frank Faulstich, members of the "Slingshot Group."

Jim Zarroli, NPR

Diamondhead, Miss., was hit hard by Hurricane Katrina. Now some homeowners are in limbo with their insurance claims. Residents say their homes were damaged by wind. But insurance companies say the homes were damaged by flooding, which most policies don't cover.

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