Insurance Firms Fight Claim on Sunk CT Boat

Two firms are trying to avoid reimbursing a Connecticut native for the loss of his boat after it sank with his mother on board under suspicious circumstances, according to an article on ProvidenceJournal.com.

The National Liability & Fire Insurance Co. and the Boat Owners Association of the United States are seeking a judge’s ruling as they refuse to pay the $85,000 insurance policy on Nathan Carman’s boat.

The boat sank off Massachusetts after departing from Rhode Island last September 2016. Carman’s mother, Linda Carman, is presumed dead.

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