Financial Recovery For Airplane Accidents
When a plane crashes, the airline should be held liable to the people who have been harmed as a result. In the rare event that you have survived a plane crash, you may suffer debilitating and costly long-term injuries. More likely you have lost a loved one to a plane crash. You deserve significant compensation for this devastating loss.
We can help. As your Charleston aviation accident attorneys, we have experience in aviation accident litigation. At the West Virginia personal injury law firm Freeman & Chiartas, we have more than 60 years of combined experience handling all types of personal injury cases, including aviation disasters.
Our partner attorney Greg Chiartas served as co-counsel in the famous US Airways Flight 427 disaster case in the mid-1990s. We have the experience with major aviation disaster cases to help you get the financial compensation you deserve.
We have the experience to represent you in any kind of aviation disaster, including:
- Commercial airline disasters
- Private plane disasters
- Pilot error
- Failure to maintain
- Helicopter crashes involving defective rotors
Of all the types of personal injury cases that we handle, aviation disaster litigation might be the most complex. Aviation is a highly regulated field, with complicated and extensive Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) guidelines and regulations. Any kind of aviation matter is heavily regulated. Also, discovering the cause of a commercial airline crash when sometimes the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), FAA and the individual attorneys disagree on probable cause is a difficult matter, requiring knowledge, skill and negotiating savvy.
We have been through these types of cases before, and we can help you.
Contact West Virginia Plane Crash Lawyers
If you have lost a loved one to an aviation disaster, or if you are suffering from aviation injuries of your own, send our law firm an email for a free initial consultation. We can help you understand your options at no cost or obligation.
We also work on a contingency fee, so if you don't get paid, we don't get paid.