Victims' Fund Won't End I-35W Bridge Litigation

But it gives victims an expedited way to receive compensation from the state.

May 12, 2008

Reprinted with permission of Minnesota Lawyer.

The recently passed bill creating an I-35W bridge victims' compensation fund should resolve the question of the state's potential liability to victims of the bridge collapse, but won't end bridge-related litigation against third parties.

The recently passed bill creating an I-35W bridge victims' compensation fund should resolve the question of the state's potential liability to victims of the bridge collapse, but won't end bridge-related litigation against third parties.
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