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Experience In The Cockpit, And In The Courtroom

About John D. McKay

A Skilled Trial Advocate And Adviser

Attorney John D. McKay has more than 25 years of legal experience. As a personal injury attorney, John has earned a strong reputation for his advocacy skills and ability to get results for his clients. He also has considerable experience providing counsel and documention to buyers and sellers of all types of aircraft.

Years Of Aviation Experience

John has experience in the cockpit and in the courtroom. He is a licensed commercial pilot who has served as pilot-in-command of a variety of civil aircraft. This gives him a unique understanding of the operational and mechanical aspects that come into play in the complex aviation accident claims he handles on a daily basis.

Prior to forming his own law practice, he worked for one of the world's foremost aviation law firms and as a claims attorney at one of the leading international aviation insurance companies. The latter role provided him with valuable insight into how insurance companies handle injury and death cases, which has proven critical as he now goes up against these companies on behalf of the victims of airplane crashes. He is a skilled litigator with a reputation for success.

John D. McKay is licensed to practice law in California, Colorado, Florida, Maine, New York, Virginia and West Virginia. He is also a licensed solicitor in England and Wales, and a Barrister-Solicitor licensed by the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario).

More information about John D. McKay can be found at the link below.

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To discuss your legal matter with an experienced and dedicated lawyer, call John D. McKay, Attorney at Law, at 800-391-3654. Outside the US and Canada? Please use the email contact form.

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