KW: more families sue airlines
More families are getting serious in suing the airlines these days. The first and theforemost that the family does to sue an airline, is to educate itself on how to sue anairline. Suing an airline can be intimidating; however if done right with the legalinformation at hand then the case can be in your favor.More families who pursued suing an airline considered the following factorswhenfiling. Prior to pursuing action in small claims court for suing an airline, theydetermined the following:1.Is the amount of the claim smaller than the state or local law monetary limit?2.Does the airline do business in the court in which you are filing?3.Does the airline have a contract of carriage which must be followed?4.Has the airline been given the opportunity to follow any of its obligations?5.Can the dispute be settled out of court?6.Is it a hardship for you to appear in court?More families who are suing an airline are very much aware of their rights.These aresome of the cases where families are involved in suing the airline.
A husband and wife sued United Airlines for "negligently" over serving alcoholduring a flight from Osaka, Japan, to San Francisco, saying the carrier's drinksfueled the domestic violence involving the two shortly after their plane landed.
Dozens of outraged airplane passengers have threatened to sue ContinentalAirlines, claiming they were left stranded on a plane and grounded for hours inhellish conditions.
A couple has also sued US Airways, alleging the husband was falsely arrestedand the wife suffered a miscarriage after a dispute with a flight attendant on atrip from Detroit to the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The families of five disabled passengers have sued North West airlines in afederal lawsuit alleging that the company routinely violates the rights of peoplewho use wheelchairs.Air travel is tiring enough without being used and abused by the airlines. If yousuffered an indignity at the hands of an airline don't get mad or feel helpless, send aclear message this behavior will not be tolerated or else you will be suing the airline.Take your beef to Small Claims Court. With minimal cost, whether successful or not,you will come out a winner. Typically an airline will hire attorneys to prepare the casewith costs exceeding $1,000 per claim in legal fees. While litigation should never beyour first option, if you believe you have a legitimate claim, it is a viable avenuewhen all other options fail. Even if you lose the battle you can still win the war bymaking your point to the airlineThis best selling book will teach you how to sue an airline, get legally compensatedand show that you will not tolerate airline abuse. This 50 page comprehensive stepby step book that will guide you in properly filing an airline complaint and receiving