A number of settlements have been reached in litigation over the crash of an Asiana Airlines plane that resulted in three deaths and dozens of injuries.
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A family member of a passenger of missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has taken first steps toward a lawsuit against the airline and Boeing, the plane's manufacturer.
A new lawsuit by 80 passengers of Flight 214, which crashed this summer in San Francisco, targets Boeing for failing to put audible low airspeed warning alarms in the cockpit.
A panel of federal judges has consolidated all Asiana Airlines Flight 214 crash lawsuits before one federal judge in California.
A request has been filed with the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation (JPML) to consolidate and centralize all federal lawsuits filed nationwide over the crash of Asiana Flight 214…
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