Delta Air Lines Passengers Whose Bags or Luggage Was Lost, Delayed Or Misplaced File Class Action Lawsuit Against Delta Over Expense Reimbursements.
A class action lawsuit has reportedly been filed against Delta Air Lines, Inc. (“Delta Air Lines” or “Delta” or “Defendant”) in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida (styled Susan Miller v. Delta Airlines, Inc.,) alleging, among other things, that Delta Air Lines has a contract with its passengers to reimburse them up to $3,300 for expenses if their bags are delayed, but allegedly fails to abide by its contract, according to the Delta Air Lines delayed, lost or misplaced baggage & luggage class action lawsuit complaint.
The Delta Air Lines delayed, lost or misplaced baggage & luggage class action lawsuit complaint is reportedly brought on behalf of the following proposed class:
All persons who, within the applicable statute of limitations, had their luggage lost, delayed or misplaced by Delta and did not receive from Delta reimbursement for all direct or consequential damages incurred as a result thereof (the “Class” or “Class members”)
The Delta Air Lines delayed, lost or misplaced baggage & luggage class action lawsuit complaint reportedly asserts claims for alleged breach of contract, unjust enrichment and violation of state consumer protection laws.
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