Defendants Responsible for Insuring Debtors, Alleges Plaintiff in Remington Outdoor Company, Inc., et al.
November 4, 2021, Northern District of Alabama – Plaintiffs Wilma Blanton, individually and in her capacity as guardian of Larry Blanton, Ronald Blanton, and Justin Williams (collectively, the “Plaintiffs”), files a complaint for a declaratory judgment under 28 USC. § 2201 and Fed. R. Civ. P. 57 alleging that Defendant National Fire & Marine Insurance Company (“NFMIC”) and Defendant Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company (“ISIC”) are legally responsible for insuring Debtor Remington Arms Company, LLC and Remington Outdoor Company, Inc. (also, “Remington Defendants”) under the NFMIC and ISIC policies concerning Plaintiffs’ claims asserted in a civil action.
The Plaintiffs further allege that NFMIC and ISIC must not be relieved of their obligations to insure risks and pay claims and damages under the NFMIC and ISIC Policies because of the Remington Defendants’ inability to satisfy self-insured retentions or due to the Remington Defendants’ bankruptcy or insolvency.
In re Remington Arms Company, LLC, Case No. 20-81688-CJR