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The total amount for survivors as part of the Boy Scouts’ Chapter 11 plan is just under $1.9 billion, making it the largest sex abuse settlement fund in U.S. history. (Photo: Bloomberg)

On Sept. 14, the Hartford Insurance Co. and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints agreed to settlements of $787 million and $250 million, respectively, to release sexual abuse claims involving the Boy Scouts of America.

Paired with the BSA’s $850 million settlement approved by Chief Judge Laurie Selber Silverstein in August, the total amount earmarked for survivors as part of the BSA’s Chapter 11 plan in the District of Delaware now stands at just under $1.9 billion, making it the largest sex abuse settlement fund in U.S. history.

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