Aviation Accident Lawyers in Louisville, KY
Louisville Aviation Accidents
209 East Main Street, Suite 400
Louisville, KY 40202
- $15 Billion+ Won
- 800+ Lawyers Nationwide
- The Fee is FreeTM, Only Pay If We Win
- America’s Largest Injury Law Firm
- Protecting Families Since 1988
Louisville Aviation Accidents
At Morgan & Morgan, our aviation attorneys have years of experience handling accident lawsuits, including those involving airplanes and helicopters. When presented with an aviation claim, our Louisville, Kentucky, office will work with our national team to best assist you.
We work directly with federal, state, and local investigators to determine the cause of the airplane or helicopter accident. In many cases, our attorneys will conduct their own investigation, using independent investigators to confirm that the government’s reports are accurate and fully explain the cause. With the help of these experts, our attorneys can aggressively pursue fair compensation for the victims of aviation disasters.
If you have been injured or have lost a loved one in an aviation accident, it is important that you contact an attorney immediately. Our attorneys need to review all available evidence as soon as possible. In addition, the law imposes a time limit in which an aviation lawsuit may be filed. Please complete our contact form for a free consultation, which is being offered by our attorneys at no cost and with no obligation.
How an Aviation Attorney Can Help
Morgan & Morgan’s attorneys have experience reviewing and analyzing evidence in airplane accidents. In the aftermath of a calamity, our attorneys seek to review all available evidence, including flight data recorders, cockpit voice recorders, air traffic control records, crew training records, maintenance and inspection records, and procedures and maintenance manuals. In cases involving aircraft design or manufacturing defects, our attorneys may retain experts who will review the manufacturer’s records concerning design and testing of the aircraft and analyze similar vehicles that have employed safer designs. This can help us determine the party or parties liable for your losses.
Frequently in aviation mishaps, the insurance company for the airline or airplane manufacturer may make an initial settlement offer that does not adequately compensate the victim or the victim’s family for their damages. Our attorneys will review any settlement offers that you have received and may negotiate on your behalf for a higher payment. If these negotiations do not result in an adequate settlement offer, our attorneys may file a lawsuit seeking appropriate damages.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of an aviation accident, you may be entitled to recover financial compensation for the damages you have suffered. In an aviation lawsuit, our attorneys can seek compensation on your behalf for past and future medical bills, physical pain, and emotional suffering. In cases involving the wrongful death of a spouse or relative, we may be able to help you receive compensation for loss of income and loss of companionship. In certain cases involving particularly reckless behavior, our aviation lawyers can seek punitive damages, which are designed to punish liable parties and prevent similar wrongful behavior from occurring in the future.
Airplane and Aviation Accident Cases
Morgan & Morgan’s aviation attorneys handle lawsuits and settlement negotiations arising out of accidents involving commercial airliners, private planes, military aircraft, and helicopters.
Many aviation accidents are the result of human error or improperly manufactured equipment. Our attorneys represent victims and their families in lawsuits involving the negligence of pilots, crews, maintenance personnel and airline management, as well as defects in the design and manufacture of aircraft components. We also represent individuals who have suffered in-flight injuries resulting from airline negligence.
With regard to aviation crashes, Morgan & Morgan’s aviation attorneys investigate airplane and helicopter accidents caused by the following:
- Pilot error
- Weather conditions
- Runway defects
- Mechanical failures, including engine and other component malfunctions
- Defective design
- Contaminated fuel
- Defective replacement parts
- Improper maintenance
- Violation of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations
- Federal air traffic controller errors
If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an aviation accident, please complete our free case review form for a no-risk consultation.