Germanwings crash families prepare lawsuit in U.S.: report




 
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August 9th, 2015  
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The families of passengers killed in the Germanwings crash will take legal action against Lufthansa in the United States after rejecting the carrier's compensation offer as inadequate, Bild am Sonntag said, citing the families' lawyer. Germanwings, a unit of Lufthansa, in June offered 25,000 euros ($27,500) per victim for the pain and suffering caused by the March 24 crash that killed all 150 onboard. United States law provides for large payouts for emotional damages, unlike German law.




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