MIAMI – Ribbeck Law Chartered (Ribbeck) today announced the first settlement of lawsuits filed against airplane manufacturer Boeing by victims of the crash of Ethiopian Airlines (ET) Flight 302. In a press release, the firm said that this is the first ET Air Flight 302 case to settle from
Safety begins at the top, and the top officials at Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration have let us down. By Jim Hall and Peter Goelz Mr. Hall was chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board from 1994 to 2001. Mr. Goelz was managing director of the board from 1996 to 2000.
Chicago July 17, 2019. Manuel von Ribbeck of Ribbeck Law Chartered announced today the mediation of the cases arising from the crash of the Boeing 737 Max 8 operated by Lion Air Flight 610 is beginning in Chicago. Mr. von Ribbeck stated that, “We will mediate the majority of our filed cases during this first mediation.
In October 2018 and in March 2019, a pair of Boeing 737 Max airliners crashed, and this week, some relatives whose loved ones perished on the planes are sharing their stories with mediators as a mediation hearing gets underway. Two of those relatives spoke exclusively to NBC 5, and
On March 10, 2019, at 05:38 UTC, Ethiopian Airlines flight 302, Boeing 737-8(MAX), ET-AVJ, took off from Addis Ababa Bole Int. Airport bound to Nairobi, Kenya Jomo Kenyatta Int. Airport. Shortly after takeoff, the Angle of Attack sensor recorded value became erroneous and the left stick shaker activated and
A recent article in The Wall Street Journal brings attention to Boeing’s continuing difficulties with its 737 MAX aircraft, after the world-wide grounding of the plane, following two fatal crashes which killed a total of 346 people. Airlines are holding off on placing new orders, demonstrating just how deeply the company’s
The Wall Street Journal article below describes how Boeing is planning to cut production of its 737 MAX passenger aircraft by almost 20%, as it works to fix faulty software that contributed to a pair of deadly crashes. This is in response to the worldwide grounding of more than
CHICAGO, IL MARCH 28, 2019 – In light of the recent evidence regarding design issues with the 737 Max 8, more families of the passengers of the tragic flight of Lion Air JT610 have decided to seek justice in the U.S. “Given this latest news, more and more families