Attorney Says AEROSMITH Fans Want Losses Paid

TheHawaiiChannel.com reports: A Hawaiian lawyer suing the rock band AEROSMITH said dozens of fans have already contacted her about their losses.

A lawsuit filed against the group said the band's late cancellation of its Maui concert last month was unnecessary and caused many fans to lose money they spent on plane tickets, car rentals and hotels.

Lisa Sanchez is the first fan suing. She lost $120 in airfare. Her lawyer said many have said they lost much more.

"I've had people contact me being out of pocket at much as $800 or $900," attorney Brandee Faria said.

Fans may be eligible for a minimum $1,000 each if AEROSMITH's cancellation is found to be deceptive, Faria said.

If the class-action is approved by a judge, all ticket-buyers will be contacted.

Watch a KITV report on the lawsuit at this location.

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