A Comair pilot has won his whistleblower suit, being reinstated to his job and awarded $150,000 in damages along with having his attorney's fees paid. Comair pilot Shane Sitts was fired after he refused to fly an airplane over safety concerns.  A federal Department of Labor judge ruled that Sitts was entitled to be reinstated to his job, to recover $125,000 in back pay, $25,000 in other damages and to have his attorney's fees paid.

Robert L. Abell, a Lexington, Kentucky lawyer, represents employees in whistleblower claims and lawsuits. 

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