Families of those killed by Marathon bombers to receive over $1 million each from One Fund Boston

Kenneth Feinberg will meet with victims next week.
Kenneth Feinberg, who was asked to distribute the money collected by The One Fund Boston Inc., will meet with victims next week. (Jay Mallin/Bloomberg)

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The attorney overseeing the $28 million fund to benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombings plans to unveil a tentative plan Monday to distribute the money, including payments of “well over $1 million” to each of the families of the people who died in the blast and those who lost more than one limb.

Kenneth Feinberg said about a dozen victims who lost a single limb will likely receive amounts approaching $1 million from The One Fund Boston under his preliminary proposal. But Feinberg said he doesn’t believe there is enough money to compensate businesses that were damaged or to pay individuals whose injuries are psychological.

“There is probably not enough money,” Feinberg told the Globe. “If you spread it too thin, the money you give out isn’t going to be meaningful.”

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