Owners Of Little Nashville Opry Denied Insurance Money

The owners were not owed the money because they failed to maintain the sprinkler system required by a contract with Indiana Insurance Company.

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The owners were seeking three million dollars for the fire.

A judge has ruled that the owners of the Little Nashville Opry, which burned down by arson in 2009, will not receive insurance money for the fire. Fox59 reports Brown County Judge Judith Stewart said the owners were not owed the money because they failed to maintain the sprinkler system required by a contract with Indiana Insurance Company. The pipes supplying the water to the sprinkler system burst in 2006, but an inspection showed that repairs were never made after the insurance claim was filed. The owners were seeking three million dollars for the fire. No charges have been filed in the arson investigation.

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