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04-07-2003
Economy-class syndrome claimants vow to go to the Lords after Appeal Court rejec
Airline passengers fighting for compensation over deep vein thrombosis (DVT) said yesterday that they would take their case to the House of Lords after the Court of Appeal refused to overturn a ruling by a High Court judge last year that blocked thei?
04-07-2003
Families to fight on over DVT
Airline passengers lost their bid to sue over deep vein thrombosis yesterday. Appeal Court judges dismissed attempts by 24 claimants to overturn a legal ruling blocking their case.

But the passengers ? many of whom have lost loved ones to DVT ? v?
04-07-2003
Passengers' DVT appeal thrown out
Airline passengers trying to sue over deep vein thrombosis (DVT) lost their battle in the court of appeal yesterday to overturn a high court ruling barring them from going ahead with their claims.

Lawyers for 24 passengers had tried to persuade th?
04-07-2003
Travellers lose appeal on DVT
Airline passengers seeking compensation for deep vein thrombosis (DVT) lost their appeal yesterday against a High Court ruling blocking their claims.

The Court of Appeal dismissed an attempt by 24 claimants to overturn a ruling by Mr Justice Nelso?
03-07-2003
'Economy class syndrome' lawsuits against airlines can move forward
The drive to make airlines responsible for passengers who develop deep vein thrombosis ? the potentially deadly blood clots often linked to long flights ? is picking up momentum with a federal court judge's refusal to dismiss two lawsuits.
30-06-2003
Press Release of Survey of DVT Incidents and Deaths in Air Travel
A survey of 544 passengers who suffered or died from air-related DVT was undertaken by the Aviation Health Institute (AHI). The following were the findings:-

1. The young and healthy figure predominantly in what has been in the past considered a ?


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