Month: March 2015

The Wall Street Journal: Liability for Germanwings crash may still rest with airline, insurer co-pilot’s secrecy wouldn’t necessarily exonerate Lufthansa, lawyers say

Posted on March 29, 2015

LONDON—The unusual circumstances surrounding the Germanwings crash won’t necessarily free the airline and its insurers from claims of negligence, aviation lawyers said. Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Germanwings’ parent company, and its insurer will likely still face large legal liability claims in the crash of Flight 9525 despite indications that the co-pilot, who is suspected of deliberately […]

CBS Miami: Ramon Rasco discusses Germanwings Flight 9525 crash with CBS Miami

Posted on March 26, 2015

By Natalia Zea, March 26, 2015 MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The horrific and deliberate crash of the Germanwings flight into the French Alps is on the minds of travelers as they get ready to board flights…including hundreds on Lufthansa Airlines, which owns the carrier of the doomed flight. “It’s really terrible,” said German national Eva Deck. Deck […]

After the grief of air disasters, the legal battles begin

Posted on March 25, 2015

When the shock of losing loved ones in an air disaster starts to subside, grieving families often turn to courts for justice and compensation to rebuild their lives. US lawyer Steve Marks has worked with the families of victims from nearly every major plane crash in the past 30 years, including the MH370 aircraft shot […]

Daily Business Review: Podhurst Orseck, Cohen Milstein lead red-light camera tickets class action

Posted on March 20, 2015

Julie Kay, Daily Business Review March 20, 2015 A Miami federal judge has named Stephen Rosenthal of Podhurst Orseck and Theodore Leopold of Cohen Milstein Sellers & Toll to serve as co-lead counsel in a class action challenging $200 million in red-light camera ticket fines. Additionally, Ervin Gonzalez of Colson Hicks Eidson was named liaison […]