Disabled passenger sues airline for 'breaking his leg'
A disabled passenger has accused airline staff of breaking his leg while transporting him during a stopover.
David Joya is suing Aerovias De Mexico, operating as Aeromexico, over the incident.
According to news.com.au, the complaint filed in court stated that an Aeromexico employee handled Mr Joya 'aggressively' during a stopover in Mexico, where he was transported from one plane to another.
The traveller claims that this resulted in his broken leg, and he is suing the airline for negligence and failing to provide comfort and service promised.
The amount he is seeking in damages has not been revealed but includes medical expenses and court fees.
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