Everything that you recall happening before, during, and after the crash.
In 2010, there were 1,500 civilian aviation accidents in the United States.
Air travel is the safest form of travel. Nearly three million people take to the skies each day, connecting them to cities across the United States and all over the world. Unfortunately, when an airplane does encounter a problem, the results are extremely devastating and often fatal. At Tabor Law, we understand the unique challenges and complexities of aviation law.
If you or your loved one has been involved in an aviation accident, contact us today and we will thoroughly investigate the details that led to the accident and send a message to commercial and civil operators that negligence will never be tolerated. We will offer you emotional support while we lead you through the process of this rare and devastating event. By contacting the aviation attorneys at Tabor Law, you will have the experience you need to ensure you receive the fair compensation for any suffering that a commercial or civil aviation accident may have caused you or your family.
Common Questions That
We Can Help You Answer:
Who can be held accountable for the injured parties in an air crash?
Responsible parties vary from case to case. The owner and operator of the aircraft, as well as its manufacturer or maintenance crew, can also be liable in some instances.
Can the owner or operator be held criminally liable?
Usually not, unless you can prove reckless or intentional conduct led to the crash.
Are the laws different between commercial and private planes?
Yes. Commercial airlines are subject to different legal standards.