Victims of a horrific oil train derailment that nearly wiped out a small Canadian town in 2013 should get some financial relief soon after a U.S. bankruptcy judge approved a settlement fund that will release $338 million to resolve personal injury and wrongful death claims. Judge Peter Cary approved the settlement Friday after Canadian Pacific withdrew its objections, disputing its alleged liability for the disaster, and after a Canadian judge gave conditional approval on Thursday. The settlement will resolve claims made by victims of the July 2013 derailment of a Maine-based Montreal, Maine & Atlantic train hauling highly volatile Bakken ... Read More
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