Aviation attorney Arthur Alan Wolk announced yesterday the first settlement on behalf of one of the 135 American passengers that died last year in Swissair flight 111′s tragic plunge into the waters off Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Though financial terms of the settlement were not disclosed, Wolk said he would donate a portion of his fee to establish a panel of unbiased experts to study and recommend critical improvements in aircraft wiring and fire safety.

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