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Recent Lawsuit Filed Against Charlotte and American Airlines

January 29, 2020

CHARLOTTE, NC- A worker tragically died in an accident while working at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport last year and his parents are now suing the airline and the city of Charlotte as a result, according to the CHARLOTTEOBSERVER.COM. The horrible incident occurred when the victim, a 24-year-old man, was transporting luggage while operating an airport vehicle known as a tug.  While operating the tug, nearing concourse E, the victim man saw a piece of baggage in the roadway and swerved in an attempt to avoid striking the object.  The tug he was operating overturned.*

A Brief Overview of Wrongful Death Cases in North Carolina

October 22, 2019

NORTH CAROLINA – If a person is injured due to the negligence, fault or wrongful act or omission of another, that person may be able to bring a claim for their damages, including medical expenses, pain and suffering and lost wages, depending on the facts, circumstances and law involved.   If that same person had a legally viable claim but then perished as a result of the sustained injuries caused from the negligent act, fault, wrongful act, or omission of another, a wrongful death claim may exist for the deceased's legal beneficiaries or under the deceased's estate.   A skilled attorney can determine whether this claim exists, who can bring the claim, and how long you have under North Carolina law to bring the claim or file a lawsuit.  Do not delay in learning your rights!  It is important to remember that time deadlines apply to all legal claims.  Failure to bring the required action in a timely fashion can result in the loss of your rights, so it is best to speak to an attorney as soon as possible to ensure you do not lose any rights.

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