We Have Long Represented the Victims of Aviation Accidents

Aviation accidents are particularly complex. They require careful, in-depth investigation into the causes and contributing factors of the accident by accident reconstruction experts and other specialists.

Although the National Transportation Safety Board investigates aircraft crashes, the investigator’s opinions may be influenced by the manufacturer of the aircraft or one of its component parts. If you or a family member has been injured in an aircraft crash, as experienced Phoenix aviation accident experts we know how to develop air crashes for settlement and trial.

Our lawyers average more than 30 years of experience, and consist of highly qualified and successful litigators, including members of the American Association for Justice (AAJ), former AAJ presidents, attorneys having achieved the highest rating possible (AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated) by Martindale-Hubbell® and a specialist certified in personal injury and wrongful death litigation by the State Bar or Arizona Board of Legal Specialization.

Arizona Aviation Accidents 

An airplane, helicopter, or other aircraft crash may be the result of negligence, manufacturing defect, or a number of contributing factors, including:

We protect clients from incomplete and biased accident investigations and teams of lawyers working for the insurance companies of defendants.

Call Us to Learn How We Can Help

If you or someone in your family was involved in an aircraft crash — whether as a pilot or crew member accused of negligence or as an injured passenger — please call us to learn more about how our aviation accident practice.  We handle complex aviation cases on behalf of those injured in aircraft accidents and surviving family members. We work diligently to identify who is truly responsible and seek to obtain full and fair compensation.

Contact us online or call us at 602.254.6071 today for a free initial consultation.


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