Federal Court in Massachusetts Upholds $2.2 Million Verdict for Claim for PTSD Against Boeing [Aeronautics Committee Newsletter]

Christopher Kende (Insurance, New York) contributed an article to the March edition of the New York City Bar’s Aeronautics Committee Newsletter discussing a federal court case in which an individual was awarded $2.2 million in damages after suffering from PTSD, major depressive disorder and decompression sickness as a result of a decompression incident onboard an aircraft manufactured by Boeing. In this article, Kende concludes that PTSD claims against airlines and manufacturers in cases such as this one continue to result in significant awards. To read the full article, click here.


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