Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reports that Copterline, a Finnish helicopter airline that lost a Sikorsky S-76 helicopter in August 2005 in an accident near Tallinn, is seeking for a compensation for damages from Sikorsky and its subcontractor HSI. HS quotes the claim as "at least 60 million dollars or 46 million euros".
Copterline bases this claim on "warranty violation and grave negligence", among others (my own translation).
Fourteen people lost their lives when a Copterline flight using Sikorsky S-76 experienced a servo failure immediately plunging the copter into the Baltic Sea. Copterline thinks this is because of a failure on the manufacturer's part.
The helicopter that was involved was quite new and its registry was OH-HCI.
Article in Finnish: http://www.hs.fi/talous/artikkeli//1135223991481