Questions and Answers

Comoros Crash Issues
Problems That Could Have Been Avoided

Six Victims Stuck In Custody

The remains of six victims have been stuck in custody in Tanzania. Comoran government officials deny public funds to ship them back. Yemenia Air expects the Comoran Government to pay for it.

If families were represented by any of the firms George consults for, the families would not be suffering through this alone. By now, the firms would have done everything in their power to have shipped the bodies home--or compelled the insurance companies to do it.

Thirteen Motherless Children

Husband who lost his wife now has to stay home and care for his 13 children.

If this family were represented by any of the firms George consults for, this man might have already gotten an advance from the insurance company because he'd have had someone advocating for him and his children.

Fatherless Family Verge on Homelessness

Wife who lost husband, no income, living with her children several months behind on rent

If this family were represented by any of the firms George consults for, they would have fought for this mother to receive an advance from the insurance company to cover her expenses so that neither she nor her children would be forced to "do without."
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