A jury has awarded the families of two men killed when their Cirrus SR-22 crashed in Minnesota in January 2003 a total of $16.4 million in damages. The families of the men argued in their lawsuit that Cirrus Aircraft and the University of North Dakota provided training that should have made pilot Gary Prokop proficient in his plane and that the SR-22 was marketed as easy to fly.

Scott Drake interviews Dan OFallon and Phil Sieff counsel for the family of the Passenger James Kosak. O'Fallon and Sieff of counsel with Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi in Minneapolis.

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