DJ AM has decided it’s the right time to start suing the people he finds responsible for the plane crash in September 2008 that almost cost him his life.
AM is suing the estates of the two late pilots that past away, Sarah Lemmon and James Bland, along with Clay Lacy Aviation, Inter Travel & Services Inc, Global Exec Aviation, Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co, and Learjet.
In the lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on Tuesday Adam Goldstein accuses the two dead pilots of deciding "to abort and/or reject the take-off in a negligent manner" while allegedly being aware that the tires had blown causing the jet to explode into flames.
So what does AM want out of the lawsuit? He is seeking compensation for pain and suffering, property damage, lost earnings, past and future medical and health-related expenses, and punitive damages, reports TMZ.
If you guys recall Travis Barker filed a very similar lawsuit in November 2008.