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01-02-2002
Action on DVT gets Goahead in Court

01-02-2002
Airlines to Face Deep Vein Thrombosis Claim
Two dozen airlines are bracing themselves for multi-million pound damages claims after the High Court yesterday cleared the way for victims of deep vein thrombosis to bring a ?class action? style lawsuit.

In many cases, cramped conditions have be?
01-02-2002
DVT Action Could Hit the Airlines for Millions
The High Court in London said 300 claimants can launch an unprecedented group legal action following growing fears that flying can lead to deep vein thrombosis (DVT) ? potentially fatal blood clots.

The High Court ruling yesterday granted permis?
01-02-2002
First Step Passed in Legal Battle over DVT Deaths
Relatives of air travellers killed by deep vein thrombosis, the condition also known as economy class syndrome, won the right to bring a multimillion-pound combined legal action against the airlines yesterday.

The roll call of potential claimant?
01-02-2002
Action on DVT gets Goahead in Court
A GROUP action by hundreds of air travellers who say they have suffered deep vein thrombosis (DVT) from flying was given the go-ahead in the High Court yesterday.

The Times February 1st 2002. .
By Francis Gibb Legal Editor and David Brown. ?
01-02-2002
Airline Braced for ?200M DVT Payout Battle
Airlines were told yesterday they could face multi-million pound claims over ?economy class syndrome.

The High Court ruled that rather than hold individual hearings for victims of deep vein thrombosis, the cases had enough in common for a singl?


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