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Homeowner’s carrier pays $2.5M to settle assault by athlete (access required)

A homeowner’s insurance company paid its limits of $2.5 million to settle claims that a former professional football player severely injured his physician girlfriend in a 2015 domestic assault, the victim’s lawyers reported. The civil settlement was hammered out as a criminal trial for Curtis Jordan loomed in October 2018 in Virginia Beach. The plaintiff’s lawyers ...