American Airlines sues fueling company for breach of contract over 2011 MIA fire
When two or more parties – be they private citizens or organizations – enter into a contract, the failure of one of those parties to meet its stipulations may require the enlistment of a Miami breach of contract attorney.
According to the legal news outlet Law360, American Airlines has filed breach of contract claims against Allied Aviation Fueling of Miami Inc. related to the explosion of a fuel tank at Miami International Airport in March 2011.
American Airlines has alleged that Allied Aviation is in breach of contract for “failing to supply and properly and safely store fuel it owned, as well as for other damages [American Airlines] suffered as a result of the March 23, 2011 accident,” the news outlet stated.
As a result of the fire, which CBS Miami reported was due to a malfunction near a fuel pipeline in the fuel farm managed by Allied Aviation, the official complaint from American Airlines states that the company had to cancel and delay flights, incurred increased cost to obtain fuel from other providers and suffered “related consequential business damages.”
The suit was filed in a Florida state court on Monday, June 17.
Lawyers in Miami who specialize in these cases can testify that they can take many different forms, whether they are disputes between businesses or individuals. However, an experienced Miami breach of contract attorney can help you navigate this complex area of the law, and advocate on your behalf in a court of law.
If you have suffered because another party failed to fulfill their legal commitment to you, it’s in your best interest to contact a Miami lawyer who will give your case the personal attention it deserves. Call Miami breach of contract attorney Scott A. Ferris, Esq. today at 305-670-3330 to explore your options.