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Many at fault in Big Dig collapse, lawyers say

Other firms could offer settlement deals

Less than two months after her death, Milena Del Valle's family filed a lawsuit against Powers Fasteners and many others, including the Turnpike Authority and Bechtel/Parsons. Less than two months after her death, Milena Del Valle's family filed a lawsuit against Powers Fasteners and many others, including the Turnpike Authority and Bechtel/Parsons. (George Rizer/File/The Boston Globe)
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / December 26, 2007

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Lawyers involved in a $6 million award to the family of the Jamaica Plain woman killed in the 2006 Big Dig ceiling collapse said yesterday that the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority and some other companies involved were more responsible for the accident than the firm that made the first settlement. (Full article: 1107 words)

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