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737 Max plane crashes, families of victims against Boeing

Main goal is to get a jury trial

Future of Boeing 737 Max airplane is still indecipherable, even if the latest FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) decisions could suggest that the return to service is near (read also the article published by AVIONEWS). Meanwhile, however, families of people who died in Ethiopian Airlines flight disaster in March 2019 are demanding justice. This accident caused the deaths of 157 people a few months after a similar event occurred to another B-737 Max, a Lion Air flight crashed in the Java Sea shortly after take-off from Jakarta.

Family members are urging US lawmakers to hold Boeing responsible for tragedies; legal defense of Chicago Group is ready to go live, and of course the counterparties aim to block the reconstruction of the industry lawyers as soon as possible. There are about 100 causes that Boeing is facing in this period, despite its stance has always been the same. For Boeing, planes involved in crashes were certified by  Federal Aviation Administration, so the responsibilities should be found elsewhere. The families of the victims are firmly aiming for a trial with a jury, in order to better access the internal registers and deepen relations with FAA. As for the Lion Air flight, however, many of the lawsuits have already been resolved.

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