SUE THE AIRLINES
Your step by step comprehensive guide to demanding justice against airline mistreatment
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The information provided in this book is from personal experiences, extensive research and years of interaction with public and private attorneys specializing in the airline industry. The author is not a lawyer and by no means shall any of the information in this book be construed and applied as legal advice. It is recommend you consult your attorney to understand and apply the applicable law as it applies in your specific situation. This book is a generally applicable guide to the Small Claims Court procedure. You are responsible to research, understand and apply all applicable laws before pursuing any legal matter in court. The information in this book is general and applicable to filing complaints against airlines only in Small Claims Court. All other court matters are beyond the scope of this book. You must contact an attorney to pursue such cases. The information provided with regard to website URLs, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, court fees and procedures is all subject to change with time. Whenever in doubt always contact your local court and ask for current information. Laws, rules, regulations, court procedures and precedents change on a frequent basis and can further vary from one State to another. It is your responsibility to ensure the information in this book is accurate as of the time of your complaint. Further, you should consider seeking legal guidance to determine if your case is worthy and can be pursued in small claims court. Pursuing litigation only makes sense when you have a legitimate case against the Defendant. When in doubt consult an attorney.