GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The window to file a civil lawsuit will close next month for some of the women who were abused by Larry Nassar.
In May, Michigan State University reached a $500 million settlement with more than 330 survivors. The settlement set aside $75 million for women who came forward after the university reached the agreement.
Later that month, the Michigan House approved Nassar-inspired legislation that included a measure allowing retroactive lawsuits in cases where the statute of limitations have expired. The measure, intended to give survivors more time to sue, came with a deadline: Sept. 10.
"What we have found out by talking to a lot of these girls is there's a lot of confusion," Melissa Hauge told 24 Hour News 8 Thursday.
View the full story on WOODTV8...