Airplane Crash Lawsuits: Athens, Georgia
Aviation accidents are difficult puzzles to piece together. Often, complex fact situations, federal aviation regulations (FARs), and multiple sources of potential liability will be involved. And even then, after the investigation is complete and the official report released — answers can be hard to come by.
At Hudson, Montgomery, Kalivoda & Connelly - Attorneys at Law, the fact that one of our attorneys has been a licensed and active pilot since 1984 enables us to provide clients with a clearer picture of what is happening with the investigation and of the potential issues involved.
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Flying a vehicle that weighs thousands or even hundreds of thousands of pounds leaves little margin for error. Because of that, it can be one single mistake that causes an airplane to crash, or a combination of several, including:
- Pilot error
- Air traffic controller error
- Equipment failure
- Improper maintenance
- Safety violations
We understand that no matter how difficult an airplane crash investigation is — it pales in comparison to what victims' families go through after an accident, especially while investigation is ongoing and justice seems left in limbo. Our lawyers are there for clients both as advocates in the legal system, and as sources of support and information at all stages of the case.
Serving the People of
Athens-Clarke County and Northeast Georgia Since 1972
If you or a family member has been injured in an airplane crash, we encourage you to call or contact our firm online.
Initial consultation is free. It costs nothing to speak to a lawyer about your case. Many cases are handled on a contingent fee basis, which means there is no fee at all unless a recovery is obtained for you.
Contingent attorneys’ fees refer only to those fees charged by attorneys for their legal services. Such fees are not permitted in all types of cases. Court costs and other additional expenses of legal action usually must be paid by the client.