Can You File a Lawsuit Against an Airline?
Article provided by Revdex.com
People are starting to travel more these days and every now and then, things will really go wrong on a flight. Of course, it’s not uncommon for the airline to lose your luggage. Travel attorneys say that consumers can usually get a $3,000 reimbursement for lost luggage even if they don’t have a receipt. Hopefully, there was nothing in your bags that was irreplaceable.
In some cases, passengers booked their flights and paid for their tickets only to find out that the airline had cancelled the flight for one reason or another. This has been happening more in the last 18 months. You can file a lawsuit in small claims court in the city where you live but there is a limit on the amount you can recover. You may be able to recover damages above the price of the ticket if you lost wages or had extra expenses because of the cancellation. Be sure and save all receipts.
Another way to make your voice heard is by filing a complaint on sites like Trip Advisor for Travel, the Better Business Bureau and RevDex.com.
Revdex provides a place for consumers to read online business reviews and report bad business experiences. Revdex’s aim is to improve the connection between consumers and businesses. Consumers can find new businesses and services and businesses can create profiles to be found.