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Lawyers For Estate Of Children Killed In Christmas Fire Seek To Keep Lawsuit Moving

Lawyers For Estate Of Children Killed In Christmas Fire Seek To Keep Lawsuit Moving

Attorneys representing the estate of the three girls killed in the 2011 Stamford Christmas Day fire are asking a judge to allow their uncle to become estate administrator so a lawsuit against the city can proceed.

The girls' father, Matthew Badger, had been administrator. He died Feb. 9.

The Stamford probate judge has appointed Sherwin Campbell Badger of Portland, Me. as the new administrator of the estates of Lilly, 9, and her seven-year-old twin sisters Sarah and Grace. The three girls were killed in the fire along with their maternal grandparents, Lomer Johnson, 71 and Pauline Johnson, 69.

Madonna Badger and Michael Borcina, the general contractor and also her...

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