Posts tagged Boeing 737 MAX 8
"Pilots Fighting a Ghost": Lawyer Charles Herrmann On Boeing Lawsuit

There are reports that Boeing is rushing to install new safety devices in its 737 MAX airliners, following two fatal crashes in six months: the Ethiopian Airlines crash less than a fortnight ago, and a Lion Air flight last October, which crashed into the waters off Indonesia shortly after take-off, killing everyone on board.

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Boeing Visé Par Des Recours Judiciaires Pour Lécrasement de Deux de SES 737 MAX (Boeing Seks Legal Redress for the Crash of Two of Its 737 MAX)

A law firm in Washington State is suing the American aircraft manufacturer for its role in the crash of a Lion Air aircraft off Indonesia in October 2018 and is preparing a second appeal in connection with the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane, which occurred about ten days ago.

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Charles Herrmann Yakin Menang Gugatan Ke Boeing Di Amerika Serikat (Charles Herrmann Sure to Win a Lawsuit to Boeing in the United States)

Renowned International lawyer Charles Herrmann came to Indonesia to compensate the families of Indonesian victims who took a tour bus in the US when they were hit by an Amphibious Tour vehicle operated by Ride the Ducks of Seattle, Washington.

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Herrmann Law Group Sues Boeing for Lion Air Crash

On March 12, the Herrmann Law Group filed a lawsuit against the Boeing Company on behalf of the families of 17 victims who died in the crash of a Boeing 737 operated by Lion Air. The complaint alleges that Boeing equipment failed, and that Boeing failed to properly inform pilots about the presence and dangers of a new automated system installed in the aircraft.

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Families of Lion Air Crash Victims Sue Boeing

“Years of experience representing hundreds of victims has revealed a common thread through most air disaster cases,” said Charles Herrmann, the principle of Herrmann Law, which has an office in the International District.

“Generating profit in a fiercely competitive market too often involves cutting safety measures. In this case, Boeing cut training and completely eliminated instructions and warnings on a new system. Pilots didn’t even know it existed. I can’t blame so many pilots for being mad as hell.”

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