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The Coalition of Abused Scouts for Justice (Coalition) announced today settlements valued at $1.037 billion with one of the Boy Scout Association's insurers, Hartford Financial Services Group, for $787 million and one-of Coalition members support this agreement, Boys Scouts of America, local Boy Scout Councils and the future claims representative.
Today's settlement follows a $850 million settlement announced on July 1st, and announced in July 1. stdts neoprrzzta znnatnym kociajma. , consisting of a value of 250 million dollars from Boy Scouts and 600 million more than 250 local councils. That brings the total amount of monetary compensation available so far to survivors to $1.887 billion, with additional settlements expected in the coming weeks. Negotiations with other insurers and sponsoring and chartered organizations are actively ongoing.
"From the beginning we wanted to build the largest compensation fund possible." I represent thousands of survivors of horrific sexual abuse that they endured when they were children. These settlements are the start of a series of anticipated multi-billion dollar settlement with insurers, sponsoring and chartered organizations.
Anne Andrews, co-founder of Andrew & Thornton said: "The Coalition's refrain from the beginning has been, "No survivor left behind, compensation at the earliest" Despite the fact that the sexual abuse inflicted on the brave survivors in this case occurred, in some cases, many decades ago, it still feels fresh as ever. There's no reason to prolong the trauma."
"This series of settlements gives the survivors the justice they deserve. We want to make sure that they can see payments and accountability from their abusers within their lifetimes."
The Survivors' Compensation Trust has grown from $850 million to $787 million negotiated by Boy Scouts of America and local councils to $250 million, bringing the total compensation to finance the surviving's Trust to date to The Survivors will eventually have the opportunity to vote on the broadly supported restructuring plan. The plan would include settlements with other chartered and sponsoring organizations, insurers, and other third parties, further increasing the size of this historic,
The Coalition is made up of 27 law firms who represent more than 5,000 childhood sexual assault victims in the country.
Media Contact Andrew Merrill / Brian Schaffer - Joan Vollero [email protected].
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