Faulty Plane Parts Can Lead To Devastating Consequences

Just like other types of vehicles, airplanes are only as safe as the parts used to build and maintain them. But unlike a car or truck, there is no option to pull over to the side of the road when something goes wrong. When defective components are incorporated into aircraft, it can greatly increase the chance of a crash, leaving innocent passengers with serious or fatal injuries. At Park Avenue Law LLC, we know how to protect the rights of victims of various types of plane accidents throughout the world.

A critical aspect of any injury claim after a plane accident is the investigation. If a part of the aircraft is the reason for your crash, we know how to investigate your case, retain the appropriate experts, and gather the appropriate evidence to fight for fair compensation on your behalf from the party responsible for the defective component. Our lawyer is closely familiar with the complex nature of serious cases or those involving fatalities, and he employs his experience, knowledge and resources to build a strong case on behalf of each of our clients.

Experience Matters In Accident Claims

After every plane accident, the National Transportation Safety Board (or its foreign equivalent) will conduct an investigation into the cause. The investigative stage can last for months or even years, and due to the statute of limitations, you may not be able to wait that long. We have the resources and contacts to conduct our own investigations so that you can move ahead with the appropriate legal steps.

An investigation into a plane accident is a complex process, whether it was a commercial flight or privately owned. It requires knowledge of the mechanics of the plane, safe operating procedures and state and federal aviation regulations. We have connections with experts and various professionals who can assist with this process, including with the following steps:

  • Get permission to do necessary testing on aircraft parts
  • Examine the wreckage and identify potentially defective component parts
  • Do appropriate testing on all parts that may be defective

This stage is complex, and it is in your benefit to work with an attorney specifically experienced in these types of cases and in dealing with the defense side during an investigation.

You Do Not Pay Legal Fees Unless We Win

We take all personal injury cases on a contingency basis. This means you will not have to pay any legal fees unless we are successful on your behalf. Contact our office at 800-391-3654 or email us to learn how you can meet with an attorney to discuss your case.