Posted On: February 15, 2010 by Ronald V. Miller, Jr.

Legal Battles After Towson Sucide/Murder

There is a story on in Insurance & Financial Advisor on legal battles that have ensued since the tragedy in Towson last year when a New York lawyer killed his family and himself in a hotel room.
There is a battle for whether there should be a payout on a $5 million life insurance and, if so, who should get the money. The estates of the children and wife have brought a wrongful death claim against the father's estate and a third party is also making a claim against the estate, claiming to be a victim of a Ponzi scheme by the father.

This is just a depression awful story follow-up story of a more depressing and more awful story.