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Old 12th May 2020, 18:02
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The deceased has now been identified by the Austin Police Department as a 22 year-old male. An online profile suggests that he was fluent in Korean. Still no indication of any employment at the airport from any of the media releases.

The ambulance chasing lawyers have already posted this 'news item':


Pending the investigation, the family of Junin Ko may be entitled to a wrongful death claim. Family members of wrongful death victims may seek damages for medical and funeral expenses, loss of love and companionship, pain and suffering, and emotional distress following a tragic or catastrophic accident.

“The stress and sorrow can be extremely overwhelming after losing a loved one in an accident,’’ said Andrew Wright, of Counsel with Bond Sanchez-Gordon.

“We understand just what families are forced to go through, and having their rights protected is vital. A wrongful death lawyer will stay updated on the official investigation and help ensure that their legal rights and best interests are protected,’’ Wright added.

The Legal Advocate's national legal analysts Candice Bond and Andrew Wright are experienced in fatal pedestrian accidents, and if you or a family member need help they are available for a free consultation to guide you.

I have a relative out in Texas who has made millions by specializing in lawsuits involving railroad accidents. He went to Club Fed for a few years, got out and got his law license back somehow. He's on bilingual billboards around town.

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