A settlement for $30 million in a group of cases involving the insurer of a Learjet

April 2003 – A settlement for $30 million in a group of cases in which the insurer of a Learjet 60 which overran a runway refused to pay damages under the owner’s policy because the pilots flying lacked sufficient experience and the aircraft was not located in the U.S. at the time of the accident.  The litigation involved complex international civil litigation issues in a multi-suit legal dispute.
Attorney: Steven C. Marks