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Trumbull attorney gets prison for profiting from scheme to defraud life insurance companies

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A man from Trumbull has been sentenced to three years in prison for acting in a scheme to defraud life insurance companies.

According to officials, David Quatrella, 62, worked with others to assist elderly people with applying for multimillion-dollar life insurance policies.

The attorney profited over $270,000 from the scheme.

Quatrella is currently released on bond and must report to prison in July.

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