Aviation Accident Investigations
Our Airplane Accident Lawyers Have Tried & Won Cases Nationwide
Aircraft accidents are serious and challenging. Speak with a lawyer from our team about your case. Most accident lawyers are not equipped to handle these challenging investigations. At Fleming | Nolen | Jez, L.L.P., we can do right by you. We have been winning major aviation accident cases for our clients for decades. Our lawyers have more than 170 years of combined experience.
Our firm understands aviation accidents and the many components that go into these types of claims. We do what it takes to secure justice for our clients, and this includes conducting thorough, informed investigations of each case so as to ensure full compensation for the victims and families we represent. Keep reading to learn more about how our attorneys conduct these investigations.
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What Causes Aviation Accidents?
Understanding the cause of a plane accident is the first step. Sometimes, accidents are caused by faulty equipment, human error, violations of regulations, or structural / design problems. This means that a number of parties could be held responsible. Our firm explores every avenue in order to obtain maximum compensation for clients.
Examining the Evidence to Build a Strong Case
Building a strong case means finding out what happened and providing that the defendant or defendants failed to adhere to industry standards. In order to obtain information about what caused an aircraft accident, our lawyers look at a number of different pieces of evidence in our investigation.
This evidence may include but is not necessarily limited to:
- Photographs of the crash / crash site
- Aircraft inspection / maintenance records
- Flight plans
- Records of crew training
- Aircraft operation, maintenance, and procedural manuals
- Flight data recording devices
- Cockpit voice recording devices
- Air traffic controller records
- Manufacturer’s design / testing records