Airlines won another round in their continuing legal battle to keep deep venous thrombosis from being classified as an "accident" for which they may be found liable under international aviation law. Last Thursday, the High Court of Australia upheld an earlier ruling by the Supreme Court of Victoria that dismissed a lawsuit brought by a passenger who claimed he developed a case of DVT that led to a stroke on a roundtrip journey between Australia and the UK in 2000. The passenger, Brian Povey, ...

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