As part of the Boy Scouts of America bankruptcy case, The Hartford insurance company has agreed to pay $650 million into a proposed trust fund for victims of child sexual abuse.
The Boy Scouts of America reached a $650 million insurance settlement with Hartford Financial to help fund compensation for sex-abuse victims
$HIG: Hartford Financial announces settlement with Boy Scouts of America; pre-announces Q1 prior year development...
Hartford Financial to pay $650M settlement to Boy Scouts of America $HIG
Breaking News: The Boy Scouts of America filed for bankruptcy, succumbing to pressures including a surge in legal costs over its handling of sexual abuse claims
More than 82,000 people have made sexual abuse claims against the Boy Scouts of America, ahead of today's deadline to file in the organization's bankruptcy case. The alleged victims span generations — as young as 9-years-old, and as old as 95. @errolbarnett has the story.
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