Passengers Hit Asiana With $5M Suit Over SF Crash

Law360, Chicago (July 17, 2013, 1:49 PM EDT) -- A woman and her son who were passengers on the Asiana Airlines flight that recently crash-landed in San Francisco sued the airline for $5 million in California federal court on Monday, alleging the flight crew was negligent and reckless.

Younga Jun Machorro, a citizen of Korea and a U.S. resident, alleges that she and her minor son, Benjamin Hyo-Ik Machorro, were passenger son Asiana Airlines Flight 214 and that they both suffered "extreme bodily and mental injuries and economic losses" as a result of the July...
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