There are multiple lawsuits that have been filed by passengers of airlines that Eulen served who suffered injuries while using Eulen’s wheelchair services and or passengers who claim have been injured as a result of negligent actions by Eulen.
- In a case filed in December 2016, a passenger traveling through Miami International Airport claims that she suffered injuries after being run into/over by a Eulen golf cart because of Eulen’s negligent acts. In another case filed in March, 2016 the plaintiff also claimed that she suffered injuries after being struck by a Eulen golf cart in Miami. Eulen denies the allegations in these lawsuits and both cases are currently pending in the 11th Judicial Circuit Court.
- A 2015 negligence case filed in federal court for the Southern District of Florida, involving an American Airlines passenger who alleges he was injured after falling at MIA due to American and/or Eulen’s failure to properly assist him and/or supervise him. Even though Eulen and American denied the allegations, the case was settled under unknown terms in May 2016.
- A 2013 case where an American Airlines passenger traveling through John F. Kennedy Airport claimed that she was denied wheelchair services by a Eulen representative, and as she was left to walk to the bathroom without assistance she tripped and severely injured herself. Eulen denied the allegations but agreed to settle the case under unknown terms in November 2013.