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Aviation Accident Lawyers & Lawsuits

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Although today’s air travel is one of the safest forms of transportation, aviation accidents still happen and can become a living nightmare for those involved.  

There are many reasons that aviation accidents happen and they can all vary greatly depending on specific circumstances and problems that occur during the flight process.

Some of the accidents that occur deal with taxi and takeoff, descent and landing, mechanical failures, pilot error, poor weather and fuel mismanagement.   

Many people believe that aviation accidents can simply be caused by ‘bad luck’, however in many of the cases researched; the accidents could have been avoided altogether.  If the pilot and flight crew can perform their jobs without any mistakes, an aviation accident is much less likely to occur. 

An aviation lawsuit involves a lengthy process which requires an experienced level of expertise.  Litigation in the aviation industry generally involves expert witnesses with specific knowledge in certain aspects of aviation such as air traffic control, engine design and mechanics.   

These lawsuits are generally directed towards pilots or manufacturers of aircrafts, however sometimes pilot error can be blamed for accidents along with defective or malfunctioning machinery.  

Since planes are mass produced, if there are malfunctioning parts in one of the planes, there’s a chance that all of the models will have this defective part.

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