Regardless of what else is going on in the world, when an airplane accident occurs, it becomes the top story on the evening news. When you think of an airplane accident, you probably think about a catastrophic collision on an airport runway or deep into an isolated area of the countryside. However, airplane accidents do not typically involve a collision. From a small fire in storage to a defective seat on board, most airplane accidents do not cause any fatalities. What most airplane accidents do cause are injuries that range from minor to serious.
If you suffered one or more injuries from an airplane accident, you should contact an experienced airplane accident attorney to review your case. Your legal counsel conducts a thorough review of your case to determine whether you have enough evidence to move forward with the filing of a civil lawsuit. Most lawsuits involving airplane accidents litigate under the standard principles of negligence, product liability, wrongful death, and personal injury. If a party does not meet the duty of care required by personal injury law, then an airplane accident attorney gathers and organizes evidence that proves the other party committed at least one act of negligence.
Airlines and airports employ high-powered lawyers to defend them against accusations of negligence. If you believe another party committed one or more acts of negligence that caused you harm, you should speak with one of the personal injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan. Since 1988, we have recovered more than $7 billion in monetary damages for clients. After meeting with you during a free case evaluation, the personal injury attorney assigned to your case should have a good idea about how to proceed.
Schedule a free case evaluation with a Morgan & Morgan airplane accident attorney today to get the compensation you deserve.