Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Sleeping Passenger Sues Airline for Not Waking Her

A Michigan woman has sued United Airlines for negligence and false imprisonment.  She alleges that, after arrival in Philadelphia at 12:30 am, the crew left her on the empty plane sleeping for three hours.  The AP has more.   According to the story, there are no FAA regulations about leaving a sleeping passenger on a plane.

Thanks to Bill Janssen for the story.

- SBS  

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/tortsprof/2010/06/sleeping-passenger-sues-airline-for-not-waking-her-.html

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