Recent Case Law Defining 'Bodily Injury' under the Montreal Convention [Best Lawyers]

Christopher Kende, of Cozen O'Connor's Global Insurance department, wrote an article titled "Recent Case Law Defining 'Bodily Injury' under the Montreal Convention" for Best Lawyers. The Montreal Convention is the international scheme that governs liability of air carriers in international travel for injury or death to passengers on board aircrafts, as well as damages for destruction and/or delay of baggage and cargo. The airline is strictly liable for bodily injury or death of a passenger caused by an "accident." The article goes further to discuss recent cases that show examples of the Montreal Convention. For the full article, click here.

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