Man hurt in flight simulator accident alleges IBM, others sold defective device

By Louie Torres | Mar 14, 2017

CHICAGO — A California man is suing CAE Inc., IBM and Honeywell International for allegedly taking insufficient measures to prevent injuries he sustained while operating a flight simulator.

Todd Scholey filed a lawsuit on March 3 in Cook County Circuit Court, alleging the defendants manufactured a defective flight simulator.

According to the complaint, the plaintiff alleges he sustained injuries on March 22, 2015, when the flight simulator stopped and pitched downward. He said the defendants failed to make sure that the simulator was in perfect working condition before selling it to the plaintiff.

The plaintiff seeks judgment against the defendant in an amount that exceeds the jurisdictional limits of this court plus court cost and any further relief this court grants. He is represented by Floyd A. Wisner and Alexandra M. Wisner of Wisner Law Firm, P.C. in Geneva.

Cook County Circuit Court case number 2017L002331

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