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Airplane Crash Attorneys, Airplane Crash Lawyers - Garden City, New York
Although accidents from an airplane crash do not occur as frequently as other modes of transportation, but when they do fatalities are often involved. Airline accidents can also occur on the runway due to air traffic control and other miscommunication problems that can cause airline accidents.
If you are looking for knowledgeable attorneys that handle fatalities or injuries sustained from airplane crashes, please look at our Personal Injury Lawyers directory.
Airline accidents have a high potential for death and injury due to the speed and height that planes travel at. Most airline crashes are the result of human error and mechanical difficulties. In many instances, an airline accident has created so much damage that understanding how the airline accident happened can be difficult. The NTSB and FAA are in charge of investigating an airplane crash in order to understand what may have contributed to the airline accident happening. A qualified airline accident attorney will notify individuals of all their rights and options regarding the airline accident.
Even in seemingly minor airline accidents a passenger can experience injuries in addition to emotional distress. Many airline accidents could have been easily prevented if the correct standards and procedures were followed and an attorney experienced in airline crash cases will seek appropriate damages. Contact us for more information on airline accident legal rights.
If you had a family member who died in a fatal airplane accident or sustained an injury from an airplane crash, you may be entitled to monetary compensation. Please click here to fill out a brief online form to receive a free evaluation of your claim by lawyers with a total of over 60 years of personal injury experience.
The law firm of Meyer, Suozzi, English and Klein, P.C. has lawyers specializing in airplane crash fatalities and injuries in their Garden City, N.Y. location.