Nurenberg Paris files $52 million airplane accident lawsuit

by NPHM | December 2nd, 2009

December 2, 2009

Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy filed a lawsuit against the airline responsible for the death of Kent Clapp, the former head of Medical Mutual of Ohio, and his fiancée. The lawsuit claims that the airline, Websta’s Aviation Services Inc., was to blame for the wrongful death of the couple because the nine-passenger, turbo-prop plane was not properly equipped with a ground-sensing instrument that could have prevented the crash.

Attorney Jamie Lebovitz of Nurenberg Paris, who represents the Clapp Estate, also filed a complaint against the Federal Aviation Administration for failing to properly direct the plane away from harm and for certifying the plane for commercial use. The claim is asking $52 million in damages.

Read More