An insurance carrier representing the general manager of The Mall at Short Hills and its security company in the wrongful death litigation filed by the family of an attorney killed during a carjacking at the mall in 2013 will be allowed to satisfy all its obligations under their policies by settling for its $2 million policy limits, a New Jersey judge ruled.
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