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Boeing’s Apology For The Fatal 737 Max Crashes Has Prompted More Families Of Lion Air Crash To File Lawsuits

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Boeing’s Apology For The Fatal 737 Max Crashes Has Prompted More Families Of Lion Air Crash To File Lawsuits

Boeing’s Apology For The Fatal 737 Max Crashes Has Prompted More Families Of Lion Air Crash To File Lawsuits

More family members of victims of the Lion Air disaster are coming forward to sue Boeing.

According to Business Insider, the families say, an apology from the company's CEO for the two fatal plane crashes involving its 737 Max planes helps their legal case.

Eleven victims' family members are now joining dozens of other families that are already sueing Boeing.

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Boeing’s Apology For The Fatal 737 Max Crashes Has Prompted More Families Of Lion Air Crash To File Lawsuits

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