Dangerous Takeoffs and Landings
The most dangerous times to be on an aircraft are during takeoff and landing, when accidents such as runway incursions and taxiing problems can occur. However, in-air collisions are also possible, ranging from collisions with other aircraft to explosions, striking objects, or falling out of the air. The causes of Florida aviation accidents can vary widely from user error to errors on the part of air traffic controllers to weather conditions and malfunctioning parts.
No matter what the causes, the outcomes of aviation accidents can be disastrous, as they are often fatal to the passengers and life-threatening to those on the ground. Though the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) sets standards for flight, they are not always enforced, and poor training can lead to even more severe accidents. Usually, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is brought in to investigate aviation accidents, adding a layer of federal law to the local and state laws that can govern the aircraft. And their investigations can do nothing to relieve the pain and suffering of families who have lost their loved ones and the survivors who experience psychological trauma and inestimable suffering due to their injuries.
Does Florida Law Protect Injured Victims?
Victims are protected by laws that allow them to pursue compensation where negligence is present. In order to determine the causes of an aviation accident and pursue the responsible parties, survivors need the assistance of a Brunswick plane crash attorney who understands all applicable air transportation laws, can handle an intensive investigation and evidence collection process, and can draw upon local and national resources to mount the best possible case.
Call 855-797-9899 To Speak with our Brunswick Plane Crash Attorneys
At Farah & Farah, we understand the stress, confusion, and pain that can come along with a Brunswick aviation collision. We have dedicated our legal practice solely to personal injury representation to help our clients find justice for themselves and their deceased family members. Have you been injured or lost a family member in an aviation accident? Your time to file may be limited. Contact a Brunswick injury attorney at Farah & Farah at 855-797-9899 today for more information and a free case consultation.