Commercial airline accidents and airline accidents involving the death or injury of a loved one are the most public of tragedies, yet each accident is a personal and devastating event for the family of a victim. When this tragedy happens, it is critical that family members of the passengers take action to secure their legal rights against the air carriers, their insurance companies and the other responsible parties.
It is essential that you have the right aviation attorney at your side to handle your case.You should know that the airlines and their representatives will make every attempt to avoid responsibility and to minimize any settlement. They often pretend that they are looking out for your best interests, but the airlines and their insurance companies will often secretly use this tragic time in your life to bolster their case against you. They garner evidence, statements information regarding the victims to help them minimize any monetary settlement that they might have to pay to the family.
It is vital to retain an experienced aviation lawyer who can assist and guide you through the process, answer questions and serve as a buffer between you and the outside world, or at least you and the airline, while always first protecting your interest.
If you have had a family member killed or injured in a commercial air carrier accident, you should contact our attorneys immediately to discuss your case.
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Our aviation attorney is a licensed commercial pilot, who often fly their own airplanes and have experience litigating against the largest airlines in the world, such as, Delta Air Lines, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Airtran Airways, Continental Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Air France, British Airways, Japan Airlines, Jetblue Airways, Lufthansa German Airlines, Korean Air, Swiss International Air Lines, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Aeroflot. In addition, we have had claims against certain other larger international, non-U.S. based air carriers, such as, Air India, Air New Zealand, Alitatalia, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, China Airlines, China Eastern, Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Easyjet Airline, El Al Israel Airlines, Emirates, Eva Airways, Expressjet, Finnair, Gulf Air, Hapag-Lloyd, Iberia Airlines Of Spain, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, , LAN Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas Airways, Qatar Airways, Ryanair, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS), Singapore Airlines, South African Airways, Tam Linhas Aereas, TAP, Thai Airways International and Turkish Airlines.