HATTIESBURG, Miss. - An insured's request for appraisal of disputed property damages arising from Hurricane Katrina was not timely made and cannot circumvent the running of Mississippi's three-year statute of limitations, a Mississippi federal judge ruled April 4 (Greater Trueway Apostolic Church v. Church Mutual Insurance Company, No. 2:11cv237KS-MTP, S.D. Miss., Hattiesburg Div.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 47478).