Philly Collapse Victim Needs Quick Payout, Atty Says

Law360, Philadelphia (June 12, 2017, 8:33 PM EDT) -- The Philadelphia woman who was awarded $95.6 million in binding arbitration after losing the lower half of her body in the 2013 Center City building collapse asked a Philadelphia judge Monday to compel the payment of her share of the $227 million settlement, raising concerns about a likely delay.

Three days after a lawyer for a widow of one of the seven killed as a result of the tragedy asked the court to establish a qualified settlement fund, Mariya Plekan’s attorney said her arbitration award should not...
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