Big-stakes lawsuits follow Big Dig tunnel collapse

04/9/2007 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Big Dig tunnel collapse that killed a motorist in Boston last summer has been followed by a wave of high-stakes lawsuits that represent one of the most complex legal fights in the city's history. The lawsuit filed by the family of the motorist could cost those responsible for the collapse millions, and the state is seeking at least another $35 million for repairs and other losses from the accident.

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