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Kristine Meredith featured in Plaintiff Magazine

May 28, 2016 Posted In

Kristine Meredith: She not only loves researching the facts, but knows how to make them understandable to a jury A funny thing happened to Kristine Meredith on her way to becoming a schoolteacher. She earned a law degree and used her dream of being a teacher to develop a thriving career as a plaintiff’s trial…

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Germanwings Crash: Payouts of More Than $10 million Per Family Would Be Expected in US

March 30, 2015 Posted In

The New York Times asks Mike Danko about the international treaty governing foreign airline flights and how jurisdictional issues can affect the compensation to which the families would be entitled. “In the United States, families could expect payouts of more than $10 million, depending on a person’s specific circumstances, age, occupation and earning power, according…

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Jury faults mechanic in fatal Napa plane crash

March 5, 2015 Posted In

When a private plane flown by Kenneth Gottlieb hit a hillside shortly after takeoff from the Napa County Airport six years ago, the National Transportation Safety Board ruled the fatal crash was the result of pilot error. But a lawsuit brought in San Mateo County against a mechanic who worked on Gottlieb’s Cessna 182 has…

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Hazards of Night Vision Goggles

February 11, 2015 Posted In

Improperly equipped helicopters makes night vision goggles a hazard.  The FAA leaves a whistleblower hanging.  NBC Bay Area talks to Mike Danko. Watch Online

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Mike Danko featured in Plaintiff Magazine

May 28, 2013 Posted In

Mike Danko: Aviation-law specialist takes flight from big defense firm to make his mark in plaintiffs’ trial law. It would be easy to say one client changed Mike Danko’s life. But it wouldn’t be entirely accurate. The truth is that one client – a victim in a wrongful-death case – opened a door to a…

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