For anyone affected by a catastrophic aviation accident, the idea of legal action can be a daunting one. However, it’s important for the families of those lost to understand what options they have to hold someone or an entity accountable for the losses experienced.
The biggest obstacle you may encounter, however, is understanding the cause of the airplane crash. There are numerous factors that come into play when determining cause and helping you pursue the compensation you need.
The NTSB and Evidence
After an aviation accident, the National Transportation Safety Board is responsible for investigating the scene of the crash and working to determine the cause. There may be a delay in this information, but once they compile a report, there is a clear understanding of the error that caused the plane to crash.
The organization will look into whether the accident was caused by human error, system error, engine failure, or even product defect. They’ll listen to communications between the pilot and air traffic control to learn what was said about the state of the flight when it encountered problems.
Building a Strong Case Using Information from the Investigation
Utilizing the information gathered can be difficult when you try to navigate the legal matters on your own. In fact, you may not even be able to access some of the most important documents that you need to effectively move forward and prove liability.
Having strong legal counsel can help you get the information you need to build a strong and compelling argument regarding proving that someone is responsible for your damages. This means finding an attorney experienced in these difficult legal matters.
Our Houston aviation accident lawyers represent clients throughout the entire nation, working to help individuals understand their legal rights and options. We guide you through the one of the most difficult situations you can ever encounter because we truly care.
Webster Vicknair MacLeodis here to give you a voice when you feel you have no case to move forward. We’re not afraid of large corporations and we go above and beyond to protect you from the unscrupulous aviation industry that wants to avoid liability at all costs.
Speak with our team today. Call (713) 396-5197.