Judge: World Trade Center Properties Cannot Recover Against Aviation Defendants

Judge: World Trade Center Properties Cannot Recover Against Aviation Defendants

NEW YORK - World Trade Center Properties LLC and its holding companies' $4.09 billion insurance recovery stemming from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks corresponds to and offsets their maximum potential tort damages recovery of $2.8 billion, a New York federal judge ruled July 18, finding that World Trade Center Properties cannot recover further money from aviation defendants (In Re September 11 Litigation, No. 21-101, S.D. N.Y.).

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