A Kenyan family has become the latest to file a lawsuit against Boeing over last month's Ethiopian Airlines disaster.
The relatives of 29-year-old George Kabau, one of the 157 people who died, say they want the American aviation giant to release documents and emails about its 737 MAX 8 model.
The plane has been grounded worldwide following both the Ethiopian Airlines crash, and last year's Lion Air catastrophe in Indonesia.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) FAMILY LAWYER, NOMI HUSAIN, SAYING: "Yesterday we filed a complaint on behalf of George Kabau's parents in the United States Federal District Court in Illinois, and by doing that we will allow, this will allow us through the discovery process to look into Boeing's decision making process.
So our clients have retained us to find out what happened, why it happened and to prevent this from happening in the future." Dozens of families are already suing Boeing over the Indonesian crash.
And, three lawsuits have so far been lodged over the Ethiopian Airlines crash.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) SISTER TO LATE GEORGE KABAU, ESTHER KABAU, SAYING: "We cannot replace him, and he cannot and shall not be replaced.
But we pray that by what is happening, my parents especially and us as his siblings and all other loved ones, can use his demise to ensure safe travel for all." Boeing had no immediate comment on this latest case.
It's previously declined to comment on individual lawsuits.