Family of American woman who died in Ethiopian Airlines crash files wrongful death lawsuit

CHICAGO (April 4, 2019) – The recent deadly crashes involving Boeing’s 737 Max 8 have prompted lawsuits against the company. Thursday, the family of an American passenger who was aboard the Ethiopian Airlines that crashed last month filed a wrongful death lawsuit in Chicago against Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines, and Rosemont Aerospace, Inc. The lawsuit serves as the first lawsuit filed against the company on behalf of an American. Rosemont Aerospace manufactures the “angle of attack” sensor in the 737 Max’s automated plane stability system – Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (or MCAS), which is primarily used to prevent the airplane from stalling. The lawsuit filed in Chicago Thursday sets its cross hairs at the MCAS system and the “rushed to-market” practices by the named parties. “Blinded by its greed, Boeing haphazardly rushed the 737 MAX 8 to market, with the knowledge and tacit approval of the United States…

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