On January 21, 2000, Alaska Airlines Flight 261 crashed into the Pacific Ocean on its way from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to San Francisco and Seattle. The aircraft, a McDonnell Douglas MD-83 suffered a catastrophic loss of pitch control following an in-flight failure of the horizontal stabilizer trim system jackscrew assembly’s trapezoidal nut threads. All 88… Read More
Jimmy Anderson Interviewed by Q13 News on Representing Victims of Aviation Accidents
Q13 Fox’s Jennifer Lee interviewed Krutch Lindell attorney Jimmy Anderson on his past experience representing aviation accident victims as part of a story on Boeing’s decision to suspend production of the 737 Max. Due to his unique experience as a pilot and an attorney, Jimmy often serves as a legal analyst for news outlets reporting… Read More
Article by Nate Bingham on In-Flight Sexual Assault Cases Published in WSAJ’s Trial News
The December 2019 edition of Trial News published an article by Krutch Lindell attorney Nate Bingham on a civil cause of action for acts of sexual violence committed on international flights. Nate’s article is available here.
Alaska Leads the Nation in Plane Crashes Per Capita
The Juneau Empire and the Associated Press recently reported on Alaska’s uniquely high rate of fatal plane crashes in the wake of the most recent crash that occurred in October near Dutch Harbor. As of November, there have already been 11 fatal crashes in Alaska this year alone. Despite having only .2% of the U.S…. Read More