Angry Husband Sues Manufacturer Of Crashed Dana Plane In A Chicago Court

The Dana air plane MD 83 which crashed on Sunday has left so many families in agony. Recently, Chukwunonso Alison who lost his beloved wife Joy Alison in the crash sued the manufacturers of the airline to court in a Chicago Federal high court. The plane which crashed on sunday had 153 passengers on board and there were no survivors.

An American attorney filed the lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Chicago on behalf of David Chukwunonso Allison, whose wife, Joy Chiedozie Allison, was on the Dana Air MD-83 that went down in the African nation Sunday afternoon. The crash killed 153 people who were on the plane and an undetermined number of people on the ground.

Among those named in the 56-page lawsuit are Chicago-based Boeing Co., which bought the McDonnell-Douglas manufacturer of the plane, and Connecticut-based engine-maker Pratt & Whitney.

Gary Robb, a Kansas City, Mo.-based aviation attorney who filed the lawsuit for David Allison, said reports of engine failure as the plane approached Lagosm point to the companies’ culpability.

Many notable citizens were involved in the crash, Husband to the minister of state foreign affairs, who was a former Vice chancellor Federal university of Technology Owerri was also on board.