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Passengers entitled to compensation for injuries suffered in air turbulence

In two recent incidents, passengers suffered injuries when their aircraft encountered turbulence, throwing them violently about the cabin. On August 6, 2017, 10 persons on Americans Airlines Flight AA 759 from Athens to Philadelphia were injured when the Airbus A330-300 aircraft encountered turbulence. Read More […]

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American Airlines Flight AA2936 may have claim for injuries

American Airlines performing Flight AA 2936 from Chicago O’Hare, Illinois to Cedar Rapids, Iowa was climbing after takeoff when cargo smoke was reported and the CRJ-200 aircraft made an emergency landing at DuPage Airport. Read More […]

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QANTAS passengers on QF29 should seek compensation in the USA, not Australia

A leading US-based aviation attorney is concerned with “misleading” reports in Australian media that passengers suffering “physical and mental injuries” on a recent QANTAS flight from Melbourne to Hong Kong can obtain financial compensation from the airline… Read More […]

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Plaintiffs and Counts Added to American Airlines 383 Lawsuit

Wisner Law Firm recently filed an amended complaint in the lawsuit against American Airlines, Boeing, and GE arising from the October 28, 2016 engine fire and emergency evacuation of American Airlines Flight 383 at Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The amended complaint nearly doubles the number of plaintiffs adding 16 passengers and 1 bystander to the action. Read More […]

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Lawsuit Filed in American 383 Engine Fire at O’Hare

The Chicago-area aviation law firm, Wisner Law Firm, filed a lawsuit today on behalf of 18 passengers of American Airlines flight 383 which on Oct. 28 had an uncontained engine failure and resulting fire at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport. The suit names the aircraft manufacturer, Boeing, the engine manufacturer, GE, and American as defendants and seeks damages for the passengers’ […]

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American Airlines fire may highlight recurring engine problems, says aviation lawyer Floyd Wisner

One of the world’s leading aviation lawyers has debunked media reports that suggest the engine failure of American Airlines Flight 383, which caught fire at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Friday, was a “rare occurrence”. Read More […]

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