via Simon Hradecky, The Aviation Herald

A Delta Airlines McDonnell Douglas MD-90, registration N960DN performing flight DL-1751 from Minneapolis,MN to Las Vegas,NV (USA), was enroute near Flagstaff,AZ (USA) when the aircraft encountered turbulence causing minor injuries to 5 occupants. The aircraft continued to Las Vegas for a safe landing.

The FAA reported 5 persons on board received minor injuries when the MD-90 experienced turbulence near Flagstaff.

True Colour Satellite Image GOES-W Dec 21st 2013 17:45Z (Photo: NASA)

Full story: here.

At Brodkowitz Law, we have made claims against airlines for various injuries, including the following:

  • knee injuries caused by beverage carts slamming into passengers
  • injuries from crash landings or rough landings
  • pressurization related injuries, including hearing loss
  • failure to provide medical assistance on airplanes
  • slip and falls on airplanes
  • burn injuries on airplanes

Turbulence injuries are another common occurrence.  Many of these injuries are preventable.  For more information, visit our website or contact us for a free case evaluation.