CHICAGO, March 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Korein Tillery LLC and Tadesse Kiros, a prominent lawyer in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, are conducting an ongoing investigation on behalf of clients who are the personal representatives of deceased Ethiopian passengers on the international flight known as Ethiopian Airlines Flight 409, which crashed on 25 January 2010 shortly after take-off from Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, regarding the liability of any party responsible for their wrongful death. The aircraft involved in that flight was a Boeing 737-8AS.
The Korein Tillery and Tadesse Kiros team involved in the Ethiopian Airlines 409 investigation includes attorneys and engineers with extensive experience in investigating and prosecuting product liability claimsinvolving aircraft, avionics, material fatigue and metallurgical failures. The team members have investigated hundreds of aircraft accidents and incidents involving aircraft ranging from private aircraft to Boeing 747s.
Tadesse Kiros is one of the leading attorneys in Addis, with years of experience. In the past he has successfully represented corporate and other clients in suits involving multi-million Birr damages and other claims. Recently, he successfully represented Fortune, one of the leading newspapers in Ethiopia, in afreedom of expression case instituted by Ayat Real Estate involving a damages claim of more than twenty million Ethiopian Birr. He served as Deputy Chief Justice of Ethiopia several years ago and has obtained his Masters Degree (MPA) from Harvard Kennedy School.
Korein Tillery is one of the leading litigation law firms in the United States and has earned a reputation for winning difficult, complex litigation cases involving a wide range of substantive issues. Korein Tillery has obtained billions of dollars in judgments and settlements on behalf of its clients. Â Korein Tillery has been repeatedly recognized by its peers in the National Law Journal’s Plaintiffs’ Hot List as one of the top litigation firms in the United States in 2003, 2004, 2007 and 2008.
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