Attorneys from Philadelphia to Sherman Oaks, California, have filed a class action lawsuit against Southwest Airlines for allegedly failing to provide reimbursements for flights canceled as a result of the coronavirus.

Four firms filed the lawsuit, captioned Bombin v. Southwest Airlines, Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania. The suit argues that the company’s policy of offering credits for canceled flights violates its contract with customers and federal law.

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