Plane Crash Accidents: Throughout the US
and the World.
After an airline disaster occurs, victims families require legal representation to help them hold an airline or manufacturer accountable, obtain financial compensation and making those responsible save lives by making safer planes and conducting proper aircraft maintenance.
The attorneys in our national network currently represent and have represented survivors and families of victims of aviation disasters under US law throughout the world. An aviation attorney must understand the complex issues involving issues of jurisdiction, venue, and conflicts of law.
Every accident is examined by the legal and aviation experts who prepare each case based on their findings and the specific facts of the crash.
Major Airline Disasters our Attorneys have Handled
The firms in our national network have handled thousands of commercial airline disaster cases, including actions against virtually every major national and international airline; and the largest aircraft manufacturers such as Boeing and Airbus. Our attorneys often represent a large number of families from a single disaster.The following is a list of some of the major aviation disasters in which the attorneys in our network have represented passengers and their families:
Gulfstream III Crash Aspen, Colorado, March 29, 2001
Alaska Airlines MD-80, Flight 261, near Point Mugu, California, 2000
Egypt Air B-767, Flight 990, Atlantic Ocean, 1999
American Airlines MD-80, Flight 1420, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1999
Swissair MD-11, Flight 111, Nova Scotia, Canada, 1998
TWA Flight 800 disaster, off the Coast of Long Island, New York, 1996
Pan Am Lockerbie disaster, bombing over Lockerbie, Scotland, 1998
and virtually every other major airline crash for the past thirty years.
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