Family Of Woman Who Died After Flight Sues American Airlines For Negligence

 Monday, April 30, 2018

 Reuters

The family of a South Carolina woman has filed a wrongful death lawsuit accusing American Airlines (AAL.O) of refusing to make an emergency landing after she fell ill during an April 2016 flight, leading to her death from an embolism three days later. Brittany Oswell’s parents and widower filed their April 18 lawsuit in a federal court in South Carolina, where the 25-year-old nurse and her husband Cory lived. They had been flying home from Hawaii, where her husband was stationed in the military.
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