If you were in a plane crash accident, you may have suffered injuries more severe than if you were in any other type of accident; or you may have lost a loved one or a family in a plane crash accident bound for Louisville International Airport. Plane crash survivors may suffer head injuries, neck injuries, spine injuries and other injuries that are permanently disabling.
Even though your insurance company may provide an attorney for you, you must remember that the insurance company’s attorney is looking out for the best interests of the insurance company. The company’s attorney will try to get you the lowest settlement possible. When you retain your own attorney, the attorney fights for your rights and the compensation you deserve.
While money cannot replace your abilities to provide for your family if you suffer from a permanent disability because of the plane crash, it can help you support your family in the way to which you have become accustomed. Money also cannot replace a deceased family member or members, but you should be compensated for your loss – the loss of companionship, the possible loss of a second income coming into your home and the heartache caused because of the death of one or more loved ones.
You may have been flying in a small plane, a corporate jet, a private plane or a helicopter when you suffered injuries from the plane crash. Depending on what type of plane or helicopter you were flying in and who owned the aircraft, you may be able to collect from various people from the company that provides the flight to the airports aircraft maintenance crew, right down to the manufacturer. Different circumstances and causes of the plane crash play a hand in determining who may be liable for the crash and your injuries or the death of your loved ones.
Because aviation litigation is complex and has its own set of rules and regulations, you should retain an experienced Louisville attorney to find the answers you need to prove liability – and possibly negligence – so you can receive the compensation you deserve.
When you retain an experienced Louisville plane crash attorney, you are not the only person that benefits. When litigation is successful, it also helps to change dangerous practices or eliminates manufacturing defects that may have caused the plane crash. An attorney’s investigation into the matter often spurs third parties – manufacturers, aircraft maintenance personnel and others – to implement new safety regulations or better quality control over the production of parts, including engines, propellers, wings and other parts that could fail and cause a crash. For a free consultation call (502) 589-2700 or contact us via email.