A suit over a revealing picture in a New Jersey high school yearbook has become a symposium on education and tort-claim law, and it is teaching a school board and nine former students why it’s good to have insurance.

Tyler Bennett of Colts Neck claims he suffered emotional distress because his genitals were partly visible in a basketball game picture in his 2001 school yearbook.

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