The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York is allegedly suing over 30 insurance companies to compel them to cover claims filed by people who say they have been abused by clerics.
According to The Associated Press, the archdiocese filed the lawsuit on Friday in the Manhattan state court, in which it says many of its insurers “intend to dispute, limit, or deny coverage” for abuse.
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