We take on the toughest cases because we can. It's what we do.
You may be able to recover damages in the event of a plane crash
Human error or product failure can be the root cause of an airplane crash. Airplane crash investigations may reveal that a crash was preventable. Some select examples wherein a personal or commercial airplane crash may have been preventable:
- Product defect
- Mechanical failure
- Design flaws
- Pilot error
- Weather influence
- Air traffic controller error
- Bird strike
- On-board fire
- Lack of fuel
It may be worth pursing a deeper level of investigation to determine if someone should be held accountable. We can help.
Airplane crash cases need a multi-faceted, experienced team
Personal or commercial aircraft crashes are unusual cases—we know, we’ve handled many in our time. We have tried everything from single-engine plane malfunctions to high-profile airplane crash cases, like the one that killed Paul Wellstone, his wife, and four other passengers.
We are able to field these cases with the help of our diverse resources. Our team includes lawyers, investigators, and engineering and forensic experts, making our approach to case investigation and preparation far more robust than what other firms may offer.
Description of Incident
Description of Damages
Description of Awards
Description of Incident Crash of Cirrus SR22 planeDescription of Damages Wrongful death of 51-year-oldDescription of Awards $7.4 million jury verdict (overturned on appeal)
Description of Incident Wellstone plane crashDescription of Damages Wrongful death of Senator Wellstone and six members of his family and staff.Description of Awards $25 million settlement.