Miracle Meadows School

$100 Million Settlement May Prompt State To Rethink Internal Insurance Program

Recently, the West Virginia Board of Risk and Management Insurance (BRIM) settled lawsuits totalling more than $100 million in a case of abused and victimized children at the now shut down Miracle Meadows religious boarding school in Harrison County. It follows $52 million in previously settled claims.

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State On Hook For Millions In Sex Abuse Settlements

The West Virginia Board of Risk and Insurance Management (BRIM), a state-run insurance program, may experience significant shortfalls if the state legislature doesn’t step in to help — all because of a change to the statute of limitations on child sex abuse crimes. That’s according to testimony from the agency’s director at last week’s Joint Committee on the Judiciary during the April interim meetings of the West Virginia Legislature. 

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