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Rhode Island High Court Vacates Decision in Drowning Case

A court ruling in favor of a Rhode Island swimming pool company that was sued by the parents of a four-year-old boy who drowned has been vacated by the state Supreme Court. Namco LLC was sued by Raymond Oliver and Tiffany Gear after their son Nicholas drowned in a pool at his grandmother’s home in Portsmouth.

The justices ruled that there’s a question over whether the swimming pool installers were working as agents of Namco. A Superior court judge ruled in favor of Namco when it sought a summary judgment.

Read the source article at Insurance Journal

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