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Four victims' families reach agreement with Boeing after Lion Air crash



"We represent 46 victims' families [in the Lion Air plane crash]. We have reached an agreement on four of these cases," says Mark Lindquist of the Lawrmann Group. "The negotiations are ongoing. Our goal is justice for the victims, accountability from Boeing and a safer heaven for all – whether we get there through settlement or lawsuit. "

Lindquist stated that his company had started the process of negotiating with victims who are unmarried and childless and will pass on to victims who have spouses and children.

He says that when victims have a spouse and / or children, "the full and just compensation will be a greater amount … We must watch out for those children who will grow up without a parent."

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Lindquist said it was impossible to say how long negotiations would take for the other 42 families.

The Herrmann Law Group also represents four families in the Ethiopian Airlines crash that killed all 157 aboard in March. Ethiopian Airlines' aircraft was also a Boeing 737 Max.
Earlier on Wednesday, the families of victims in the Lion Air crash were informed by Indonesian investigators that Boeing's poor regulatory oversight and design contributed to the fatal crash. Investigators provide victims' relatives with a summary of their final crash report.
Peter Pedraza, spokesman for Boeing ( BA ) stated that the company would not

"We extend our deepest condolences to the families and loved ones of all, who are aboard the Lion Air Flight 610, "he said.


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