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Families of 2 Boise Airport hangar collapse victims file intent to sue the city

3 killed, 9 injured in 'catastrophic' hangar collapse at Idaho airport
Posted at 3:48 PM, Jun 04, 2024

BOISE, Idaho — Enrique Serna, the attorney representing the families of two victims in the January 31 hangar collapse at the Boise Airport, has confirmed that the families have filed a letter of intent to sue The city, also listing Big D Builders, the Boise-based Inland Crane and other engineering firms as possible defendants in the case.

According to Serna, the families were given 6 months to file their intention to bring a lawsuit to the company following the collapse. Once the lawsuit is in place, Serna says it will be a $30 million suit providing the two families with $15 million each.

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This comes 3 months after Serna shared details of documents from a supervisor at Inland Crane who brought concerns to the attention of Big D Builders ahead of the collapse.