In March 2005, Eva Rowe’s parents, James and Linda, were killed in a BP refinery explosion in Texas City, Texas — a disaster that killed 13 others and injured 170.

She sued the company on behalf of herself and the estates of her parents. Last month, her attorney struck a settlement that has a rare twist: More than $32 million is not going to Rowe.

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