Owners, insurers tangle over Marathon losses

 Thursday, March 13, 2014

 The Boston Globe

Nearly a year after the bombings at the Boston Marathon, many of the businesses that reported financial losses from the explosions and aftermath are still struggling to collect reimbursements from their insurance companies or have had their claims denied outright. The state’s largest property and casualty insurers have paid a total of $1.9 million in bombing-related claims, according to the state Division of Insurance.
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