Officer’s widow sues insurers In the federal lawsuit filed Friday, Carla R. Brame of Trotwood said her husband obtained a $50,000 accident policy from American DAYTON – Claiming breach of Family Life Assurance Co. on contract and financial hardship, the Feb. 1, 1996, and a $100,000 life polwidow of slain Dayton police icy from State Farm Insurance Co. Officer Kevin Brame has sued three on July 2, 1998. He also obtained a insurance companies that have $90,000 MetLife life and accident declined to pay her insurance pro- policy through Mrs. Brame’s ceeds. employer, according to the lawsuit. Brame, 31, was off-duty when shot, Mrs. Brame, the lawsuit states, Nov. 1 outside his wife’s home at was not a suspect in the slaying 624 Cherry Drive. Dayton police before submitting her claims and have not identified any suspects. has cooperated with insurers.

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