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Archive for the ‘Airplane Safety’ Category

Daughter files lawsuit against Virgin America airlines over elderly father’s death
Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

While traveling on a Virgin America airlines flight from San Francisco to Boston, 93-year-old Romulo Valdez died from cardiac pulmonary arrest. Now his family, including his daughter who was aboard the flight, is suing the airline company for staff negligence. According to The Chicago Tribune, Nicette Balukjian and her father, Romulo Valdez, were traveling on […]

Injuries or death caused by airlines
Monday, June 12th, 2017

Our office frequently reviews claims for injuries received on airline flights, private planes and helicopters.  Air travel—far from the romantic images of the past—exposes families and business people to the hazards of an industry constantly cutting corners with safety and training. Stories of passengers injured by harsh or careless actions surface nearly daily.  While commercial […]

Man dragged from United flight takes initial steps to file suit
Friday, April 28th, 2017

  The man who was forcefully removed from a United Airlines flight is taking the initial steps to file a lawsuit against the airline. Attorneys for Dr. David Dao have filed a motion in Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois and have requested that United keep surveillance videos, incident reports, and passenger and crew lists. The […]

FAA to Seek Data on Pilot Sleep Deprivation
Friday, February 26th, 2010

Congressional leaders pressed FAA officials at a hearing yesterday for data on how many pilots skip sleep the night before a flight. Pilot fatigue has become a "hot button" issue after the National Transportation Safety Board found this month that the Feb. 12, 2009 crash by Pinnacle Airlines Corp.’s Colgan unit near Buffalo (which killed […]

Washington and Oregon Pilots Suspended for Air Traffic Safety Violations
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

Reports on story about Oregon and Washington pilots who operated aircraft recklessly.