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Parents of Boeing 737 Max Crash Victim to Attend House Hearing; Family Testimony to Become Part of the Official Record

The parents of Samya Stumo, 24, who was killed in the March 10 crash of a Boeing Max8 plane want families to be a part of the decision-making process in an effort to make planes safer. Nadia Milleron and Michael Stumo, parents of Samya, one of 157 victims aboard the Ethiopian Airlines plane, will be present in the hearing room Wednesday and will be available...
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Ethiopian Plane Crash Press Conference – Can the Max8’s Ever Be Made Safe?

Clifford Law Offices of Chicago and Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy of San Francisco filed lawsuits on Monday, April 29, 2019 on behalf of the families of 10 Canadians who were killed in the tragic crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Max8 aircraft. The victims include three generations of one family, and the wife and three children, including a nine-month old of another family, all from the...
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Chicago and San Francisco Law Firms to File Wrongful Death Lawsuits and FAA Claims on Behalf of 10 Canadians Killed in Boeing Max8 Crash in Ethiopia

Clifford Law Offices of Chicago and Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy of San Francisco, internationally recognized aviation firms, filed lawsuits on Monday, April 29, 2019, on behalf of the families of 10 Canadians who were killed in the tragic crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Max8 aircraft. The victims include three generations of one family, and the wife and three children, including a nine month old of...
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Max8 Planes Grounded for Months by Major Airlines

Despite assurances from Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg that fixes to the Max aircraft will make the planes “even safer,” on April 15, 2019, United Airlines announced that it will be grounding its Max8 fleet through mid July. Boeing’s top executive apologized last week for two recent crashes of the Max8 aircraft and admitted that a software update would prevent further disasters, according to ABC Network...
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Boeing & FAA Knew Manual Stab Trim Was Unlikely At High Speed But Failed To Warn After Lion Air

The Ethiopian government released earlier this week its preliminary report to the public for the March 10, 2019 accident involving Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302. The report included plots of the Flight Data Recorder data and a detailed time history of events including those derived from the Cockpit Voice Recorder (CVR). Review of these data show the MCAS automatic stabilizer trim activations occurred between 250 and...
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