Losing a loved one in an aviation accident is one of the most shocking and difficult losses a family can face. On top of the grieving process, families can be overwhelmed with the challenges of dealing with what can be a daunting legal process while seeking answers to the catastrophe on behalf of their loved ones.
During such a tragic time, The Gilbert Law Group® places great value on getting to know the family of aviation accident victims in order to empower them to have a voice in the legal process, and to help them honor their loved one through a comprehensive and tireless pursuit of justice.
According to statistics compiled by Boeing, the world’s largest aircraft manufacturer, there were 399 commercial aviation accidents between 2001 and 2010, resulting in 4,744 fatalities. However, according to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board, while commercial air travel is the most popular mode of transportation in terms of the number of travelers per year, the greatest number of aviation accidents occur on smaller, privately owned aircraft.
Pursuing legal claims against domestic and international airlines and aviation manufacturers in the aftermath of disasters requires a sophisticated expertise and understanding of this technical area of law. It takes an especially skilled law firm to properly identify, investigate and litigate manufacturing and design defects or human error that may have caused the accident.
Through our experience, The Gilbert Law Group® has developed relationships with some of the leading aviation legal and scientific experts in the world, which we can leverage to properly litigate and resolve your case.
Attorneys at The Gilbert Law Group® have the experience and resources necessary to investigate and litigate your case against some of the world’s largest airline and aviation manufacturing companies, regardless of whether the accident involved a small private plane, a charter flight, a commercial airliner, or a helicopter.
Contact The Gilbert Law Group® at (888) 711-5947 and have our attorneys assess your claim.
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