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. “Did an in-flight injury really nearly kill her?”
A disorderly passenger fell on top of Omer Abdullah during his recent flight to Pakistan. Although he didn’t see a doctor for any of the in-flight injuries he says he received, he wants $25,000 for his Emirates nightmare experience.
And he wants our advocacy team to help him get it. “Will his Emirates nightmare end in a big cash award?”
After her recent flight on Interjet, Lynda Leibrock discovered that unidentified “airline goo” ruined three pieces of her luggage. She hoped the airline would quickly pay her luggage reimbursement request– all $16,000 of it.
Things didn’t work out the way she had hoped.
A piece of Zahid Mohammad’s baggage went missing on an Air Canada flight. Five months later, Air Canada still hasn’t found it — and its claims department is still “reviewing” his case. Nobody at Air Canada will tell Mohammad when or if the airline will resolve his lost baggage claim. Can our advocates persuade Air Canada to return Mohammad’s missing baggage or compensate him in accordance with the Montreal Convention? “Will Air Canada ever finish “reviewing” this lost baggage claim?”
WOW Air misplaces Zack Kimble’s luggage on a trip to Iceland. When Kimble submits a claim for reimbursement of the replacement items he had to buy, WOW demands documentation that Kimble’s claim isn’t being covered by travel insurance — which he doesn’t have. Can we persuade WOW to forgo the documentation and reimburse Kimble for his luggage delay? “WOW Air, why are you ignoring my claim?”