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Romanucci & Blandin Secures Settlement in Excess of $735 Million in Las Vegas Mass Shooting

October 3, 2019

Attorneys from Romanucci & Blandin today announced a settlement with MGM International to resolve thousands of claims arising from the Route 91 concert massacre in Las Vegas on Oct. 1, 2017, which remains the most deadly mass shooting in U.S. history. The settlement will be in the range of $735 million to $800 million.

Romanucci & Blandin represents 76 victims from 11 states and Canada, including those who were shot and killed; shot, trampled, and permanently injured; and suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder and related injuries. Of the 76 victims, 13 were from Illinois. Over the past two years, Founding Partners Antonio Romanucci and Stephan Blandin and others served on the litigation steering committee, which drove the settlement process with lead counsel Eglet Adams and others.

“What happened that night was among the most horrific acts of violence this country has ever witnessed,” said Romanucci. “In resolving these cases, we hope to give the thousands of victims, including our brave clients, some small degree of solace as they continue to cope with the trauma they have experienced from that terrifying evening.”

In addition to this case, Romanucci & Blandin has also represented a majority of the plaintiffs in the mass shootings that occurred at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Fla.

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