Man Sues Father’s Company For Fatal Plan Crash
The son of a Skokie businessman and prominent member of the north suburb’s Jewish community is suing his father’s business and estate for a 2010 plane crash that killed the father and the plaintiff’s two children.
Moshe Menora, 73, and his teenage granddaughters Rikki Menora, Rachel Menora and Sara Klein, were killed in the July 13 plane crash in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, the Sun-Times reported. His grandson, 13-year-old Yossi Menora was ejected from the plane and survived.
Shalom Menora, Moshe’s son and the father of two of the teen girls, filed a lawsuit in Cook County Circuit Court Wednesday against Moshe Menora’s business Tri-United Management, which owned the plane, as well as two executors of his estate. It seeks at least $50,000 in damages. Click Here for the full story.