Liability Claim in Rape/Robbery Settled for $2M

Insurer for bankrupt owners of 'crime-infested' Clarkston complex pays woman

, Daily Report


The insurer for the former owners of a crime-plagued Clarkston apartment complex has paid $2 million to settle premises liability claims brought by a woman who was raped and robbed by two men when she came home for lunch in 2008.

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