More that 100 survivors and families of those killed in a deadly train crash will get to present their claims to a Los Angeles Judge.The Court is set to begin hearing about the impact the crash had on survivors and families of victims in order to determine how to distribute settlement proceeds approaching $200 million. The crash, which occurred in 2008 in Chatsworth California is believed to have been caused by a Metrolink Engineer who was texting moments before the crash. Twenty five people were killed and more than 100 injured.
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Los Angeles Judge set to distribute up to $200 million to Train Crash Victims
| Aug 3, 2013 | Firm News