Did an in-flight injury really nearly kill her?

When Mai Le contacted the Elliott Advocacy team concerning her recent “near-fatal’ in-flight injury on Hawaiian Airlines, we were surprised to hear that the airline appeared to be unsympathetic to her plight. I suspected there was more to the story. That was a correct assumption. Read more “Did an in-flight injury really nearly kill her?”

I injured my shoulder. Now why is Trip Mate dragging its feet to pay my claim?

When Ulrike Lartey injures her shoulder, she is forced to cancel a trip to the Caribbean. But even though she has a valid travel insurance claim, Trip Mate refuses to pay it. Can our advocates persuade Trip Mate to reimburse her covered expenses? Read more “I injured my shoulder. Now why is Trip Mate dragging its feet to pay my claim?”

Is this any way for Southwest Airlines to treat an injured passenger?

Peter Panetta almost died on a recent trip to Puerto Rico. But what Southwest Airlines did to him afterwards really killed him. Read more “Is this any way for Southwest Airlines to treat an injured passenger?”