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Susan Holden built her legal career trying to get everything she could for people hurt in car accidents or by defective products.

Now the personal injury lawyer has the daunting task of dividing up $36.6 million among the more than 170 people who survived the collapse of the Interstate 35W bridge last August and the survivors of the 13 killed.

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