How can airports prevent personal injury lawsuits

| May 13, 2019

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How can we ensure that the airport environment is always safe and accidents that could result in personal injury claims and lawsuits are prevented? Steve Howards, Content Marketing Manager at Herrig & Vogt, provides us with the answer. Did you know that more people get injured at an airport than on the aircraft? For example, according to the Flight Safety Foundation, around 27,000 ramp accidents occur every year, costing at least $10 billion annually.

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