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Jetliner Air Safety Debate Sparked by Boeing Suit Settlement

14 August 2012 Published in Blog
A former flight attendant may be the first person in the U.S. to settle a lawsuit against Boeing Co. for a faulty aircraft design which allowed toxic fumes into the cabin cauing tremors, memory loss and headaches. Though the amount and specific details of the settlement were not made public as a condition of the settlement agreement, 250,000 pages of company documents turned over by Boeing to the plaintiff's legal team will likely heat up the long time battle over cabin air safety in commerical jetliners. For more on the settlement and the debate, go here.  

Malpractice Payments Continue Downward Slide

14 August 2012 Published in Blog
The total value and number of malpractice payments made on behalf of physicians declined in 2011 for the eighth consecutive year.  

Alan Mortensen files suit against Delta Airlines

13 August 2012 Published in Blog
Attorney Alan Mortensen filed a lawsuit under the Montreal Convention Treaty against Delta Airlines and Serviseg, a Mexican company, out of an accident that occurred in Cancun, Mexico as Mr. Mortensen's client was disembarking from a Delta plane. The case was filed in the United States Federal District Court in the State of Utah. The Montreal Convention, formally the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules for International Carriage by Air, is a treaty adopted by a Diplomatic meeting of ICAO member states in 1999. Both the United States and Mexico are members of the ICAO. The Convention also allows the victim or their families to sue airlines where the victim maintains their principal residence.

Central Utah Plane Crash, 2 Likely Dead

13 August 2012 Published in Blog
Debris found in Sevier County is likely the remains of a small plane that was carrying two people from California to Colorado.