Aspen Claims Service

Tanker-bridge dispute scheduled for trial in N.H.

 Thursday, July 18, 2013

 Maine Sun Journal

A dispute over who should pay for the $2.4 million in damage to a bridge connecting New Hampshire and Maine has been scheduled for trial in federal court in October 2014. The 473-foot oil tanker MV Harbour Feature struck the bridge on April 1 after breaking away from a pier. The bridge connecting Portsmouth to Kittery, Maine, was shut down several weeks for repairs. In dispute is whether the fault lies with the tanker, or the states of Maine and New Hampshire, which own and/or manage the bridge and nearby port.

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 Thursday, February 23, 2012

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 Risk and Insurance

Council Budgets Funds for Insurance Claims

 Thursday, December 23, 2010

 Bridgewater Patch