An insurance company refused to pay out for a fire that destroyed a Byron Bay office block because a bikie club used it as their headquarters.
No one knows what caused the fire that engulfed the block of four industrial office units at Brigantine St, Byron Bay, on February 3, 2014.
After the fire, the building’s owners lodged an insurance claim that would have paid out almost $750,000.
But when W. R. Berkley became aware of the fact that the Nomads North Coast president Darrin Field had owned one of the units since 2008 and used it as the chapter’s clubhouse, the company refused to pay.
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