Hartford Agrees to Pay $787M to Settle Boy Scouts Sexual Abuse Claims

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Insurance Journal - Sep 15, 2021

The Hartford announced a new agreement in the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) bankruptcy in which it will pay $787 million, for sexual abuse claims under policies mostly issued in the 1970s The new agreement supersedes a prior $650 million …...

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