Stymied for 19 years in trying to collect a $460,000 judgment over a ship’s disappearance in the Bermuda Triangle, the plaintiffs’ lawyers could have blamed the supernatural.

But plaintiffs’ lawyers said that the reasons for the delay were all too earthly: an especially vigorous, enduring defense, plus a clogged federal court docket that blocked their efforts.

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