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The company that operated a corporate jet involved in last year’s fatal collision with a Brazilian airliner did not have sufficient insurance to cover claims involved, according to an attorney pursuing legal actions against the firm.

Steven C. Marks of Podhurst Orseck in Miami said he understood that U.S. Aviation Insurance Group insured ExcelAire of Ronkonkoma, N.Y.–the owner of the business jet–and its two pilots for $100 million. “If that’s the case, it’s not enough coverage,” he said.

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