Harrell & Nowak – Airline Employees File Personal Injury Claims Over Toxic Fumes

JUNE 24, 2015 Several personal injury claims have recently been filed against certain airlines for toxic exposure to contaminated air, causing victims to suffer from Aerotoxic Syndrome. Aerotoxic syndromeresults from breathing in airliner cabin air after it has been contaminated with toxic levels of engine oils or other chemicals. Symptoms reported include light-headedness, nausea, and…

To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Cranfield study on cabin air ever collected reliable information on the concentration of organophosphates in a visible fume event; and if so, what the quantitative figures collected were. 8th July 2015

Countess of Mar Question: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether the Cranfield study on cabin air ever collected reliable information on the concentration of organophosphates in a visible fume event; and if so, what the quantitative figures collected were. Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon Answer: The Cranfield University report of May 2011 successfully completed a range…

Flight attendants accuse Boeing of knowing about a defect that allows toxic fumes to leak into the cabin and cause ‘bleed air’ – Daily Mail

              Say fumes leaked on 2013 Alaska Airlines flight from Boston-to-San Diego The four woman were all made ill and ‘bleed air’ made two of them pass out Suffered from fatigue, tremors, memory loss and concentration problems Lawyers say Boeing knows of danger of using jet engine air to…

Poisoned at work, misdiagnosed, drugged and his assets stripped from him – the true story of pilot, Len Lawrence – CCHR

As the fallout from the Germanwings disaster continues to unfold, with psychiatrists claiming that declaring Andreas Lubitz unfit to fly would have been an invasion of his privacy, we find that this is far from being the only aviation tragedy in which they are implicated. The case of Len Lawrence was a very different one.…