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The expansion of child victim compensation laws across the United States has potential to impact the reserve positions of insurers, according to a new AM Best commentary. (Photo: royalty free image) The expansion of child victim compensation laws across the United States has potential to impact the reserve positions of insurers, according to a new AM Best commentary. (Photo: royalty free image)

A few weeks ago, the Archdiocese of New York filed a lawsuit against its insurers after one company refused to cover claims brought through a new law that opened a window for older victims of child sex abuse to file civil litigation in New York.

Heather Turner

Heather Turner is digital managing editor of NU PropertyCasualty360.

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