Severe Turbulence on Singapore Airlines: What Injured Passengers Need to Know

The reported severe turbulence incident on Singapore Airlines that occurred over Malaysia on a flight from London to Singapore and resulted in a death and multiple serious injuries to 71 passengers is a cautionary tale for passengers and airlines alike. Compensation for those physically injured may be available, particularly by such events...

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Family Files Wrongful Death Lawsuit After Fatal Police Shooting of Beloved Father

Seattle, WA – Stritmatter Kessler Koehler Moore filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of the family of David Babcock against the City of Mount Vernon, City of Sedro-Woolley, Skagit County, and Officer Maxwell Rosser. The complaint alleges that the involved officers broke the law and ultimately used excessive force to shoot...

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37 Passengers of Alaska Flight 1282 Allege Boeing Defrauded Regulators and the Public, Seek Punitive Damages

37 passengers of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282 are seeking to add claims to a lawsuit involving the door plug that blew out mid-flight on January 5, 2024.  The proposed complaint alleges that Boeing defrauded the FAA, the Department of Justice, and the public with false promises to overhaul the company’s safety culture...

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Autism Acceptance Month

April is Autism Acceptance Month.  The month reflects a commitment in supporting individuals on the autism spectrum.  It highlights society's dedication to improving the need for a more inclusive and accepting society.  To honor the month, we provide a parent's excerpted perspective to give some understanding as to what it is like...

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Boeing Pays $160M to Alaska Airlines, Still Denies Responsibility to Traumatized Passengers

Seattle, WA - Today it was revealed in a regulatory filing that Boeing has paid Alaska Airlines $160 million as “initial compensation” for damage done to the airline’s business, by the January 5, 2024 in-flight door plug blowout that terrorized all aboard the 737-MAX 9 airliner. Boeing apparently will pay the airline...

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Court Finds Grant County Legally Liable for a Serious 2021 Dog Bite Attack

Yesterday, a Kittitas County Superior Court granted the Stritmatter Firm’s summary judgment motion, finding Grant County legally liable for a 2021 dog attack that seriously injured victim Carla Gray.

The dog at issue, Hemi, was a pit bull with a lengthy and documented history of attacking and injuring both...

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Chilling New Details Come to Light in Fatal Police Shooting of Derrick Clark Jr.

Seattle, WA – The Stritmatter Firm filed a First Amended Complaint against the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office for the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Black father, Derrick Clark Jr.

The wrongful death federal lawsuit claims that Clackamas County unlawfully chased down and shot Mr. Clark in the back.  Failed to...

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Boeing and Alaska Airlines Deny Legal Responsibility to Passengers of Alaska Airlines Flight 1282

The Boeing Company and Alaska Airlines filed answers in federal court on March 11, 2024, which formally admit the NTSB found door plug bolts essential to safe flight were missing. Alaska Airlines admits that passengers at the time of the incident “reported experiencing varying levels of physical and emotional distress” from the...

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Former Top Husky Football Recruit Files Medical Negligence Lawsuit Against University

Seattle, WA – A lawsuit has been filed in King County Superior Court by former University of Washington football player, Emeka Megwa, against the University alleging medical negligence in the handling of his ACL rehabilitation.

At age 17, Emeka Megwa was a highly recruited running back out of Fort...

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City of Bellevue Shafts Motorcycle Officer Who Fell Onto I-5 During Vice President Escort

On August 15, 2023, Bellevue Police motorcycle officer Kevin Bereta was part of a team of officers charged with escorting Vice President Kamala Harris during her public duties around the Seattle area. 

The motorcycle officers, including Officer Bereta, would ride ahead of the group of vehicles surrounding and including...

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