Los Angeles | The families of four passengers killed in the helicopter accident, also fatal to Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna have started legal action against the company that owns the device and that is operated, report several media outlets Monday.
Members of the family of a baseball coach John Altobelli, his wife Keri and their 13-year old daughter Alyssa who played basketball in the same club as Gianna, and members of the family of Christina Mauser, assistant coach of the basketball team, of two teenage girls, were filed Sunday in separate complaints before the superior Court of Los Angeles, according to the website TMZ.
The plaintiffs attack Island Express Helicopters and Island Express Holding company to conduct, reckless, negligent and illegal.
Two months ago, Vanessa Bryant, the widow of the former glory of the Lakers and the mother of their daughter, Gianna, was the first to begin legal proceedings against these companies. She also attacked the rightful of the pilot of the helicopter, Ara Zobayan, also died in the accident, the causes of which are the subject of an investigation.
On 26 January, two other people, Sarah Chester, and his daughter Payton, who was another teammate of Gianna, were also killed in the helicopter accident occurred in hazy weather, against a hill, at the north-west of Los Angeles. A tragedy that has stunned and moved the world, giving rise to a multitude of tributes to the missing.