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Aviation Accident Lawyer in Las Vegas
Las Vegas is home to one of the busiest airports in America (Harry Reid International Airport). In 2022 alone, more than 52 million passengers flew in and out of this world-famous city via this airport. But with the heavy air traffic, accidents sometimes happen. That's where we come in as America's largest injury firm to investigate such cases and help the injured obtain the compensation they need and deserve. If that's what you need, contact us today. Our Las Vegas aviation accident attorney might be able to help.
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Reasons to Bring an Aviation Accident Lawsuit
Negligence is usually the most common basis for filing an aviation accident lawsuit. This could include cases such as pilot error, failure of the airline to adhere to safety regulations, or negligence in maintaining the aircraft.
You may also be able to file a lawsuit against an aircraft or parts manufacturer for defects that led to the accident. Other reasons include air traffic control errors or issues with the airport's maintenance and operations.
What Is Strict Product Liability and How Does It Apply in the Aviation Industry?
Strict product liability is a legal principle where a manufacturer can be held liable for producing a defective product, in this case, an airline, regardless of negligence or fault. In the aviation industry, this principle is particularly relevant.
Take, for example, a situation where an aircraft or an essential component, say an engine or navigation system, has a manufacturing defect, and this defect causes an accident. In this case, the manufacturer can be held strictly liable. If you or a loved one is involved in such an accident, you can seek compensation from the manufacturer without needing to prove negligence, only that the product was defective and caused harm.
What Evidence Do I Need To Win My Case?
To win an aviation accident case, you'll need substantial evidence. This also applies in cases of strict product liability. While you may not need to prove negligence, you cannot recover damages without evidence.
That said, key pieces of evidence may include:
- The aircraft's maintenance and service records;
- The flight data recorder (black box) and cockpit voice recorder
- Eyewitness testimony from passengers, crew, or ground staff
- Expert testimony from aviation specialists at Morgan and Morgan
- Documentation of injuries and losses
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At Morgan and Morgan, we've represented more than 500,000 families all over America and won over $20 billion in compensation for their injuries and losses. No defendant in America is too big for us to take on, including aviation companies. To get started with a free case review, please fill out this form today.
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