Less than 24 hours after a Dallas-bound Southwest Airlines jet made an emergency landing in Philadelphia Tuesday, attorney Ladd Sanger had already fielded two calls from passengers on that flight.

By midafternoon Wednesday, former passengers on Southwest Flight 1380 were making inquiries with Sanger’s Texas-based aviation law firm, a sign of litigation brewing over the airline’s engine failure.

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