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Barb Dill holds a photo of her late husband. A psychiatrist hired by her attorney found that job stress in Iraq was one of the factors that drove Wade Dill to suicide. But  a psychiatrist hired by AIG, the insurance giant that dominates the market for the specialized workers compensation policies issued in Iraq and Afghanistan,  testified that Dill suffered from depression and that his suicide was unrelated to the violence he witnessed in Iraq.
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( Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times )

Barb Dill holds a photo of her late husband. A psychiatrist hired by her attorney found that job stress in Iraq was one of the factors that drove Wade Dill to suicide. But a psychiatrist hired by AIG, the insurance giant that dominates the market for the specialized workers compensation policies issued in Iraq and Afghanistan, testified that Dill suffered from depression and that his suicide was unrelated to the violence he witnessed in Iraq.

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