An insurance company agrees to cover the fuel oil leak of a young family

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We have good news tonight for a Wareham family at the center of this oil leak nightmare. We first told you about the Proctor family earlier this week. They had to pay what could have been $200,000 in repairs because their insurance company refused to cover an oil leak. Well, since their story, when it became public, the insurance company has now decided that they will cover these costs. After all, the couple will use the money that’s been collected in the Go Fund me account to cover items that aren’t covered by insurance, and then they’ll donate the rest to charity.

Insurance Company Agrees to Cover Young Massachusetts Family’s Fuel Oil Leak

The young Massachusetts family at the center of an oil leak nightmare shares some good news about their situation. Brian and Emmaline Proctor said the oil tank leak in their basement happened last month, when about 25 gallons of oil covered the floor in 20 minutes. Until Thursday, they would have to pay nearly $200,000 in repairs and cleanup because their insurance company had denied coverage. The couple plan to use the money raised through an online fundraiser to pay for expenses that aren’t covered by insurance. Any excess money will be donated to charity, they said.

The young Massachusetts family at the center of an oil leak nightmare shares some good news about their situation.

Brian and Emmaline Proctor said the oil tank leak in their basement happened last month, when about 25 gallons of oil covered the floor in 20 minutes. Until Thursday, they would have to pay nearly $200,000 in repairs and cleanup because their insurance company had denied coverage.

But after the story became public, supervisors said their insurance company had now decided they would cover most of the costs after all.

The couple plan to use the money raised through an online fundraiser to pay for expenses that aren’t covered by insurance. Any excess money will be donated to charity, they said.

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