Passengers in viral airline videos have same lawyer

Furious ‘Snap Pack’ Heiress Sues United Airlines After Losing Her First Class Seat

Furious ‘Snap Pack’ Heiress Sues United Airlines After Losing Her First Class Seat

But "he flew that flight with that (male) passenger to Dallas".

One passenger's video of the incident shows the tail-end of the confrontation when an unidentified male passenger confronted the flight attendant. The attendant then challenges that passenger with "Try it, hit me". "You nearly hurt a baby". That's what just fired me up, so that was it.

What happened and how did it get this heated?

The video shows the crying woman holding a baby.

"The lady and her two children were seated near the back of the plane".

Ross said he protested the airline's decision to ground the flight attendant, a veteran employee based in Philadelphia. Accounts reported over the weekend are unclear and sometimes contradictory.

While the United and American incidents offer contrasting case studies in what to do after a crisis, there is one thing they have in common: Thomas Demetrio, the lawyer representing the United passenger dragged off his flight, is now representing the mother in the video, who has not yet been named.

Morgan, the fellow passenger, told The New York Times separately, that when she complained about the woman's treatment, the flight attendant pointed his finger in her face and yelled, "You stay out of it".

On Friday night, a shocking video was uploaded on Facebook showing a male American Airlines flight attendant engaged in an ugly confrontation with a passenger challenging him to a fight.

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The airlines' rules for passengers traveling with children say strollers should be checked at the gate. He said it was too soon to know whether the woman on the American Airlines plane would sue. Large strollers that weigh more than 20 lbs (9 kg) or that can not be folded up are supposed to be checked at the ticket counter, according to the company's policies.

We have seen the video and have already started an investigation to obtain the facts.

"What we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers", American said in its email.

"We are deeply sorry for the pain we have caused this passenger and her family and to any other customers affected by the incident", the airline said in a statement released early on Saturday.

"After electing to take another flight, we are taking special care of her and her family and upgrading them to first class for the remainder of their global trip", the airline added.

An American Airlines spokesman said Monday that the company has been in contact with the woman and refunded her tickets and upgraded her to first class for the rest of her trip to Argentina. What we see on this video does not reflect our values or how we care for our customers. "In short, we are disappointed by these actions", the airline said.

The Vietnamese American doctor was forcibly removed from a United flight at Chicago O' Hare International Airport on April 9 by aviation police after he refused to give up his seat on the fully booked plane to make room for crew members.

The Facebook video has now received more than 6.8 million views since being posted on Friday.