The lawyer representing the man who was video recorded being dragged off a United Airlines flight is now representing the mother who was involved in another incident — this one aboard an American Airlines flight.

In an appearance on the “Today” show, Thomas Demetrio said he was contacted by the mother, who was recorded on video crying after an incident Friday involving an American Airlines flight attendant.

The woman, who has not been identified, was boarding a flight at San Francisco International Airport when passengers allege a flight attendant “violently” took a stroller from her, almost striking her baby. The flight attendant was then confronted by another passenger in a heated exchange that was filmed by others on the flight.

The flight attendant has since been taken off duty by the airline. Officials at American have apologized, saying the alleged confrontation does not reflect the company’s values.

In the “Today” interview, Demetrio called the American incident a “microcosm” of the lack of respect travelers receive from the airlines on which they fly. He said this most recent video, combined with the one of his client, David Dao, being dragged off a United flight at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport this month, show “why we need more fairness and dignity.”

OMG! AA Flight attendant violently took a stroller from a lady with her baby on my flight, hitting her and just missing the baby. Then he tried to fight a passenger who stood up for her. AA591 from SFO to DFW.

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When asked whether a face-to-face apology from United chief executive Oscar Munoz to his client, David Dao, would be helpful, Demetrio said such a gesture would “probably not go very far.”

“Mr. Munoz had that opportunity to publicly apologize and then he didn’t, and then he called the doctor belligerent,” Demetrio said. It was only days after the incident that Munoz finally apologized, he added.

Demetrio is expected to file a lawsuit on behalf of Dao, a doctor from Kentucky, who he said suffered a concussion and broken nose and lost two teeth in the incident. It is not clear whether the American Airlines passenger also plans to sue the airline.