More Than 40 Years of Aviation Experience
As our hectic lives get faster and faster, more people turn to air travel as a means of cutting down on lengthy travel time. At Hare Wynn, our attorneys are not new to the area of aviation law. We have represented catastrophically injured clients and wrongful death victims of aviation disasters and airplane crashes for over 40 years. While our offices are located in Birmingham, Alabama, Little Rock, Arkansas, and Lexington, Kentucky, our aviation practice is international in scope. We have handled aviation cases and airline crashes, which have occurred throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Africa, and South America.
Aviation accident law covers both major airline crashes and general aviation accidents. General aviation accidents include all non-commercial aircraft including: small planes, business jets, charter flights, pleasure crafts and helicopters. The most common causes of both major airline crashes and general aviation accidents include:
- Pilot error
- Faulty equipment
- Federal Aviation Administration regulations violations
- Structural or design problems
- Negligence of Flight Service Station employees
- Negligence of Federal Air Traffic Controllers
- Dangerous or defective airplane design or manufacture
Hare Wynn actively engages in all areas of aviation law relative to personal injuries and wrongful death which include: litigation against the major airlines, military, general aviation, the United States government, and all major aircraft manufacturers. One of the firm’s attorneys handling aviation matters is an airline transport pilot with more than 40 years flight experience. The firm is actively involved in many facets of aviation including the operation of private aircraft throughout the United States on a weekly basis.
The Lawyers at Hare Wynn are frequent speakers at conferences concerning aviation law, and are routinely called upon to render advice relative to issues concerning aviation law. Contact us for recognized experience and valuable legal representation.