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06-11-2002
Airlines 'are hiding behind charter' in thrombosis cases
Almost 30 of the world's biggest airlines were yesterday accused of hiding behind an international charter to escape liability for deep vein thrombosis, the potentially fatal condition that passengers allege can be caused by cramped seating.
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03-11-2002
The Airlines' response to DVT complaints is often up in the clouds, finds Mark H
Complaining to some airlines about cramped conditions on board appears to be a complete waste of time, according to a survey by The Sunday Times. Passengers who write to protest about the lack of legroom can expect patronizing, muddled replies. In ?
01-11-2002
Airlines Face High Court DVT Battle
PRESS RELEASE
28 airlines will face claims from over 50 DVT victims in a landmark case at the High Court commencing Tuesday 5th November.

Lawyers from Watford based Collins Solicitors, experts in transport litigation leading this class action for?
30-10-2002
Assembly shrugs off DVT protest
VERDICT: ?Everyone is passing the buck? when it comes to taking action. Economy Class Syndrome campaigners took their campaign demanding action by airlines to the National Assembly yesterday, but gained little joy.

While deputy health minister Bri?
30-10-2002
Awareness trip: Campaigner pleased with MEP support
Campaigning Ruth Christoffersen, whose daughter died of deep vein thrombosis after a long-haul flight, believes she is a step closer to changing the way millions of air passengers travel. Mrs Christoffersen, 55, of Newport, led campaign group VARDA (?
25-10-2002
?13,000 for air passenger who was crushed by 23 stone woman
A woman seriously injured after being squashed for a 'nightmare' 11 hours by a fat passenger sitting next to her on a transatlantic flight has won ?13,000 compensation.

Barbara Hewson suffered broken blood vessels in her left breast and hand, torn?


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