The attorney overseeing the $28 million fund to benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombings plans to unveil Monday night a tentative proposal on how the money will be distributed.
Attorney Ken Feinberg has said that he anticipates the families of the three people killed in the April 15 attacks and double amputees will receive more than $1 million each, but in his proposal he does not list specific amounts.
Feinberg said he wants to get input from the more than 260 people wounded by the blast.
He will outline his plan at meetings on Monday and Tuesday night and tell people how to begin the claims process. He’ll also discuss a timeline for distributing the funds.
Read the tentative proposal