Passenger Struck By Lightning, and is New 70,000 Mile Airline Card Signup Bonus Coming?

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  1. I don’t see how the lawsuit can win- isn’t that just about the archetypal “Act of God”, as covered in the Force Majure clause of the Contract of Carriage?!

  2. @George you would think. the argument seems to be that american airlines made the decision about when to deplane, waiting based on weather information, but to win you’d think the plaintiff would have to show negligence

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