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In a case haunted by former California Insurance Commissioner Chuck Quackenbush, a state appeal court on Tuesday reinstated a suit accusing State Farm of mishandling claims from the 1994 Northridge earthquake, concluding it shouldn’t have been dismissed under the state’s anti-SLAPP statute.

Los Angeles’ 2nd District Court of Appeal completely rejected claims by State Farm Fire & Casualty Insurance Co. and State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. that a private attorney general suit by Ronald Gallimore violated their First Amendment right to communicate confidentially with state regulators.

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