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 FAA’s grounding of all MAX 9 planes pointed to a possible system-wide issue. Watch the live news segment here:
In addition to speaking to ABC about the Alaska Airlines incident, Bob has been interviewed by WGN Radio, CNN, Associated Press, and many other outlets regarding the incident. You can view the most recent press here.
The Boeing fleet of 737 MAX9’s remain grounded throughout the United States as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) continues to try to get to the bottom of the problem.
For further information or to speak to Robert A. Clifford or the aviation team at Clifford Law Offices, contact the firm’s Communications Partner Pamela Sakowicz Menaker at 847-721-0909 (cell).