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    Families of Boeing Crash Victims React to Latest Move in Firing at Aircraft Manufacturer
    Posted on February 21, 2024 To

    Families of Boeing Crash Victims React to Latest Move in Firing at Aircraft Manufacturer

    The families who lost loved ones in the crash of a Boeing 737 MAX8 jet in Ethiopia nearly five years ago reacted to the firing of the corporate executive who headed the 737 MAX passenger jet program. It is being reported that effective immediately Ed Clark, an 18-year-veteran of the company, is fired following a dramatic midair blowout last month of a door plug, underscoring continuing problems with the jet over a period of years….

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    Bob Clifford Explains the NTSB Investigation of Herbert Wigwe’s Helicopter Crash
    Posted on February 19, 2024 To

    Bob Clifford Explains the NTSB Investigation of Herbert Wigwe’s Helicopter Crash

    Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner at Clifford Law Offices, spoke with Business Insider Africa in an exclusive interview to help explain the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) investigation of the helicopter crash on February 9, 2024, that killed six, including top Nigerian banker Herbert Wigwe and his family. “NTSB investigators will thoroughly examine all aspects of what led up to the crash and ultimately will use their expertise to determine the probable cause…

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    Bob Clifford Speaks Out on Helicopter Crash in California
    Posted on February 13, 2024 To

    Bob Clifford Speaks Out on Helicopter Crash in California

    “The crash of a helicopter that killed six people including a top Nigerian banker and his family along the California-Nevada border Saturday night immediately strikes one as a tragedy that may have been avoided given the known weather conditions at that time,” said leading aviation attorney Robert A. Clifford, Lead Counsel in the crash in Ethiopia of a Boeing 737 MAX8 that killed all 157 on board from 35 countries. Clifford, founder and senior partner…

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    Bob Clifford Speaks on Naples, Florida Plane Crash
    Posted on February 12, 2024 To

    Bob Clifford Speaks on Naples, Florida Plane Crash

    “The Miracle on I-75,” that’s how nationally renowned aviation attorney Robert A. Clifford of Chicago describes the tragedy that occurred when a Bombardier Challenger crashed Friday, February 9, 2024, on Interstate 75 in Naples, Florida. Clifford, with ties to Naples as a homeowner and Board of Trustees member of the Naples Children & Education Foundation, has had previous experience with this type of aircraft. He represented NBC sports executive Dick Ebersol and his wife actress…

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    Bombardier Challenger Plane Crashes in Naples, Florida
    Posted on February 9, 2024 To

    Bombardier Challenger Plane Crashes in Naples, Florida

    Robert A. Clifford, Leading Aviation Attorney who Has Handled Crash of Bombardier Challenger Aircraft, Available to Speak A Bombardier Challenger 604 jet crashed on I-75 about 3:15 p.m. EST on February 9, 2024, killing two people. The small executive jet reportedly had five people on board including two pilots when the plane crashed into a wall and involved at least one vehicle on the highway. Robert A. Clifford, a nationally recognized aviation attorney who sits…

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    Robert A. Clifford Speaks to ABC Portland About the Grounding of Max 9
    Posted on January 10, 2024 To

    Robert A. Clifford Speaks to ABC Portland About the Grounding of Max 9

    Robert A. Clifford, aviation attorney and founder of Clifford Law offices, was live on ABC Portland (KATU ABC 2) saying the FAA would not take the step of grounding every MAX 9 plane if it wasn’t worried about a broader problem. Bob, who is the Lead Counsel in the pending litigation in federal district court in Chicago representing some 70 victims who lost their lives nearly five years ago on the MAX8 crash, said the…

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    Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 Emergency Landing Leads to Federal Investigation
    Posted on January 8, 2024 To

    Alaska Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 9 Emergency Landing Leads to Federal Investigation

    An Alaska Airlines flight was forced to make an emergency landing in Portland, Oregon, at about 5 p.m. on Friday, January 5th, 2024, when a panel and window the size of a refrigerator blew out of a Boeing 737 MAX 9 aircraft. The incident has led to a federal investigation, and a number of planes have been grounded for safety concerns. Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner of Clifford Law Offices in Chicago and…

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    A Design Flaw in the Boeing MAX9 Aircraft?
    Posted on January 6, 2024 To

    A Design Flaw in the Boeing MAX9 Aircraft?

    FAA Grounds That Type of Plane as Top Aviation Attorney Robert Clifford Says FAA’s Swift Action May Signal Serious Concern About Possible Defect in the Fleet As the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounds all Boeing MAX9 aircraft across the country following the emergency landing last night (Friday, Jan. 5, 2024) of one of those planes. Robert A. Clifford, founder and senior partner of Clifford Law Offices in Chicago and Lead Counsel in the pending civil…

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    Frightening Boeing Incident on a Boeing MAX Jet – Lead Aviation Attorney Questions Whether Officials Need to Examine if Certifying the Plane as Safe for Flying Was Hasty
    Posted on January 6, 2024 To

    Frightening Boeing Incident on a Boeing MAX Jet – Lead Aviation Attorney Questions Whether Officials Need to Examine if Certifying the Plane as Safe for Flying Was Hasty

    Alaska Airlines has grounded the Boeing MAX9 jets after a window and a chunk of the fuselage blew out of the plane shortly after takeoff, causing the aircraft to make an emergency landing in Portland, Oregon, late Friday night (January 5, 2024). Photos from the plane that was able to land safely reportedly show a large hole in the plane’s side. Oxygen masks apparently were deployed indicating that the passenger cabin had been depressurized. Minor…

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