Airplane crash litigation is anther form of product liability or negligence case. If an airplane goes down, something went wrong. The only question is: "What went wrong—a component part of the airplane, the pilot’s skills, or air traffic control?"
It Helps to Have an Attorney Who Knows Airplanes
Investigation of an airplane crash case requires a working knowledge of the aviation industry, including hands-on flying experience. Henry Spiegel Milling LLP partner Clay Milling is an instrument rated pilot with close to 1,000 hours of flight time. As such, he has a keen understanding of airplane systems and aerodynamics, which gives him an edge over many attorneys in this area of the law. This also allows the firm to travel to meet with you regardless of your physical location.
In addition, the investigation of an airplane crash case involves working with experience aircraft experts from across the country and interfacing with the NTSB as well.
Get an Experienced Aviation Attorney from Henry Spiegel Milling LLP
There are many strange practices that occur in the area of airplane crash litigation, including solicitation by attorneys and low-ball settlement officers by insurance companies. If you or a loved one have been involved in an airplane crash, be very careful with whom you deal. Protect yourself from those who may be trying to take advantage of you.