Make sure you know what to do after an airplane accident.
When you discover that your loved one has been in a car accident, you experience instant fear and worry. But you also hold out hope that he or she will be okay. When you learn the devastating news that your loved one has been in an airplane accident
, it is an entirely different story.
If you or your family member has been involved in an airplane accident, you need to proceed with caution. The law regarding aviation accidents is complex, and you cannot afford to jeopardize your rights. For this reason alone, you need to order a complimentary copy of airplane accident attorney
Michael Pearson's book, Aviation Accidents: What You Really Need to Know.
This book will open your eyes to the complexities of airplane crash cases and what should be done immediately. Compensation may be recovered after an aviation accident.
After a tragic airplane crash, people often want to know who is entitled to compensation and what damages can be recovered. Generally, any of the following people may be eligible to recover damages:
- Family members of victims
- Individuals injured on the ground or their family members
The damages from an airplane accident vary and could include:
- Medical expenses
- Funeral costs
- Loss of earnings
- Pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
This list is merely a sample of the compensation that may be available after an accident. It is imperative that you speak with an airplane crash lawyer for specific advice about your case. The decisions that you make following an airplane accident could impact you for a lifetime.
If you were hurt by the crash or a loved one was injured, you need to become familiar with aviation law. One of the first things to understand is that domestic and international airplane accidents are handled differently. For example, when an airplane accident happens in the United States, the regulations set by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) may come into play. These regulations often preempt state law, depending on the details of the incident. In the situation of an international airplane accident, the Montreal Convention may control the case. Due to these variations in laws and regulations, it is imperative that a lawyer with experience in aviation accident cases represents you. Choosing the right airplane accident lawyer to represent you is one of the biggest decisions that you will make regarding your case.
One of the biggest keys to the success of your case is the lawyer you choose to represent you and your family. Not every personal injury attorney is equipped and knowledgeable enough to properly handle an aviation accident. You need someone who possesses firsthand insight into the aviation industry and has years of experience.
Michael Pearson has a background that is unmatched by other airplane accident attorneys. Not only has he represented airplane accident victims and their families for decades, but he also worked as an FAA air traffic control specialist for over 26 years in several busy FAA facilities. In addition, he spent time working as a Quality Assurance Specialist for the FAA, responsible for accident investigations. Michael therefore knows what it takes to prepare and present a strong aviation law case for his clients. For more information, contact the law firm of Curry, Pearson & Wooten today at 602-258-1000 or toll free at 1-855-5AIRCRASH (1-855-524-7272). We represent aviation accidents both domestically and internationally.