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‘‘It was always about accountability,’’ Carie Lemack said of the lawsuit. Her mother, Judy Larocque of Framingham, died on Flight 11, which originated in Boston.

Sept. 11 plaintiffs wait for answers, resolution

Nearly 5 years later, lawsuits are stalled

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / August 20, 2006

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In the aftermath of Sept. 11, 2001, a tiny percentage of people who lost loved ones or were injured in the attacks sued the aviation industry, spurning a federal compensation fund that ultimately distributed more than $7 billion to more than 5,500 victims. (Full article: 2009 words)

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