An American Airlines passenger says that he suffered “chronic traumatic brain injury” after allegedly being struck in the head by a runaway beverage cart. Making matters worse, claims the traveler, the cabin crew was not prepared to deal with the situation.According to a lawsuit [PDF] filed in federal court in New York this week, the man and …
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APRIL 17, 2013
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2013 - M & C FOOD AND BEVERAGE LLC
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