Boeing has recently promised to provide $100 million in funds to the families and communities affected by the crashes of the 737 Max 8 planes, but attorneys are balking at the announcement, saying that details of the fund are vague at best, and, at worst, may signal an attempt by the company to evade the full extent of its liability.

Last week, aviation industry giant Boeing announced it was establishing a $100 million fund to “address family and community needs” brought about after a total of 346 people were killed as a result of two plane crashes involving the 737 Max 8. The first crash occurred in October in Indonesia and the second occurred in March in Ethiopia.

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