Aviation Accidents Attorney Valdosta
Aviation laws are complex. If you were injured in an aircraft accident, it is important to speak with an experienced aviation accidents attorney. In Valdosta, the law firm of Dodd & Burnham, PC can help you navigate the maze of regulations and circumstances that can apply to your personal injury claim. When investigating the cause of an aircraft crash, our aviation accidents attorneys will consider multiple factors to include:
- Reckless Conduct or Pilot Error
- Defective or Faulty Equipment
- Air Traffic Control Mistakes
- Negligence of Airport Personnel
- Improper Aircraft Maintenance
- Defective Design or Manufacturing
- Hazards in Air or on the Tarmac
- Violations of FAA Regulations
In most cases, state and federal regulations will govern a crash. Before building a personal injury or wrongful death case, our accidents team has to determine what happened, who was responsible, and which theory of negligence or liability applies. Depending upon the circumstances surrounding your accident, there are choices as to where to file an aviation accidents claim and who to file a claim against.
Aircraft Accident Lawyers | Thomasville | Valdosta | Adel | Quitman | Statenville | Moultrie | Nashville
When any aviation accident occurs, an investigation is conducted by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). If you or a loved one was injured in the mishap, you have the right to have you own aircraft accident lawyers investigate the cause even during the same time period as the NTSB and FAA. Whatever the cause of the crash, our aircraft accident lawyers in Valdosta can protect your interests during the investigation and throughout the legal process. For Thomasville, Valdosta, Adel, Quitman, Statenville, Moultrie, Nashville and other South Georgia communities aircraft accident victims, we can arrange to meet with you at our office, your home or another designated location in South Georgia. Call us at 229.242.4470 or use our Contact Us form for a prompt reply.