Aircraft accidents are the most devastating of all, typically resulting in serious or fatal injuries
While news media pays close attention to plane crashes involving commercial jets, the more common aircraft crashes involve small planes. Aviation accidents are relatively uncommon, but when they occur, injuries and fatalities are virtually guaranteed.
The Brett Law attorneys have direct experience managing the complicated claims that follow a plane crash. We know how to prove negligence, we know how to establish liability, and we know how to deal with the numerous insurance companies and defense attorneys who are inevitably involved in any airplane-accident claim.
The injury attorneys at Brett McCandlis & Brown have worked with hundreds of clients, and most fall into one of these four groups. Each type of client needs special support, and each has a different set of interests and concerns.
What does a successful plane-accident claim look like?
When a Brett Law client is suffering from injuries suffered in a plane crash, or when someone has died in an aircraft accident, we know that the people involved need immediate help to begin the process of recovery. We take over the legal process, allowing crash survivors, or the families left behind, to focus on the healing process. A successful claim is one in which our client receives a settlement or verdict that enables them to fully recover financially, and compensates them for their current and future losses.
We believe that our clients, already traumatized by an airplane crash, should not be traumatized again during a legal claim.