Ross Feller Casey, one of the nation’s preeminent personal injury law firms, is actively investigating potential litigation involving the harrowing Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, which suffered an engine explosion that killed one passenger and injured several others before an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport.
The preliminary findings by federal investigators revealed that an engine fan blade failed and that there was evidence of metal fatigue that caused an engine on the Boeing 737-7H4 to explode April 17 during its flight from New York to Dallas. The full investigation by the National Transportation Safety Board is expected to take a year or longer.
One woman, Jennifer Riordan, was partially sucked out of the aircraft before other passengers pulled her back inside. She later died of her injuries at a Philadelphia hospital. For the other 143 passengers and five crew members on board, the flight was a terror-filled nightmare with many frantically writing their final goodbyes to their loved ones fearing they would never see them again.
Ross Feller Casey, based in Philadelphia, has a national reputation for record-setting catastrophic injury results, including those involving major transportation-related incidents. In the past three years alone, the firm has recovered more than $600 million for its individual clients.
If you or a loved one was a passenger on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380, you should contact one of Ross Feller Casey’s leading attorneys now for a free case evaluation. The firm handles all its cases, including those involving Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 lawsuits, on a contingency basis. That means you will not pay a thing until a financial recovery is made in your case.