A nationwide class action over insurance policies that consumers buy when they take out retail loans has settled for $45 million.

Muscogee County Superior Court Judge Douglas C. Pullen preliminarily approved the settlement Wednesday. That means consumers who say JMIC Life Insurance Co. owes them part of their insurance premiums will get an as-yet-to-be-determined amount of money.

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