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 included three generations of one family, and the wife and three children, including a nine month old of another family, all from the Toronto area.
The complaint was filed in federal district court in Chicago against Boeing, manufacturer of the plane, based in Chicago, and Rosemount Aerospace, Inc. of Minnesota that manufactured the allegedly defective part. Separate claims were also filed Monday against the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on behalf of the families.
A PRESS CONFERENCE WAS HELD MONDAY, APRIL 29, AT 12 NOON CST AT 120 N. LASALLE ST., 11TH FLOOR. ATTORNEYS FOR THE FAMILIES WERE PRESENT AS WELL AS FAMILY MEMBERS WHO MADE STATEMENTS TO THE PRESS. THE FILED COMPLAINTS AND ADMINISTRATIVE CLAIMS AGAINST THE FAA WERE MADE AVAILABLE AS WELL AS PHOTOS OF THE FAMILIES.
THE PRESS CONFERENCE WAS STREAMED LIVE AND CAN BE VIEWED AT: https://tinyurl.com/EthiopianCrashPressConference