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Flight Attendant Lawsuit Has Been Settled

2 years 7 months ago #60 by Humanity
Jackson, of Plaistow, N.H., accepted an offer of furlough from...

In Boston a flight attendant fired by United Airlines has settled her lawsuit against the airline in which she claimed to have been wrongfully fired after due to her inability to work following the hijackings of September 11 in which some of her closes friends were killed
Deborah Jackson said she felt extreme guilt, grief and stress and was unable to work after the attacks..

Jackson, of Plaistow, N.H., accepted an offer of furlough from the airline, but was fired after she was unable to return to work in 2005. Jackson said she recovered from post-traumatic stress the following year, but the airline would not rehire her.
On Sept. 11, 2001, Flight 175 out of Logan International Airport was hijacked and crashed into the south tower of the World Trade Center. Jackson was scheduled to work on the same Flight 175 out of Logan the day after the attacks.
Jackson's lawyer would not disclose terms of the settlement, citing a confidentiality agreement with the airline. Lawyers for United also declined to comment.

 

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