United Airlines’ reputation has taken a bruising since Sunday, when police forcibly removed a passenger from a flight in Chicago that the company initially said was overbooked. But will the airline face legal challenges as a result of the incident?

Aviation attorney David Katzman, with Katzman Lampert & McClune, believes the passenger, David Dao, has “every right to bring legal action.”

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