Aviation accidents are as complex as they are tragic. Depending on the circumstances, hundreds of people can lose their lives in a matter of moments. Physical evidence can be spread over dozens of square miles of land. Worse yet, ocean crashes can signal a complete loss of evidence and reduced hope for human recovery or recovery of the critical “black box” that can tell investigators so much about the cause of a crash.
Due to these complexities, aviation accident claims must be handled by experienced trial attorneys who have experience in this arena. Indeed, finding a qualified trial lawyer is a key factor in your quest for an advantageous resolution of a complex aviation accident matter. At Harrison Davis, we have successfully represented the victims of a variety of aviation accidents throughout Texas and the United States.
In fact, Steve Harrison, one of our named partners, co-authored a book entitled “Aviation Tort Law.” It was sold by the legal publishing powerhouse, Matthew Bender & Co., as part of its Texas Torts & Remedies series. Mr. Harrison was also a guest speaker on that subject at an American Bar Association meeting in Toronto, Canada.
Mr. Harrison further co-authored “The Case Against the Certified Repair Station-Plaintiffs Approach,” which was also presented to the Tort and Insurance Section during an ABA Annual Meeting. This paper was reprinted and published in the Texas Trial Lawyers Association’s Forum magazine.
Experienced Texas Aviation Accident Attorneys
Harrison Davis Trial Lawyers have extensive experience handling aviation accident claims. We also have the resources to properly investigate those claims and an apply our understanding of aviation law and tort law to provide you with meaningful information and advice. We handle all types if aviation accident claims throughout Texas and the United States, including airplane crashes arising from the following:
- Pilot error
- Pilot intoxication
- Air traffic controller error, intoxication, or unsafe working conditions
- Negligent hiring and retention
- Faulty equipment
- Failure to properly inspect or maintain airplane equipment
- Airplane manufacturing error
- Defective plane or aviation parts
- Improperly maintained or inspected airport facilities
Many times, aviation accidents result from multiple factors at once, including pilot error, defective equipment, and/or air traffic controller error. Only a seasoned aviation accident trial attorney will be able to recognize and analyze all of these factors at once, and then seek redress against all responsible parties.
Contact an Experienced Aviation Accident Trial Lawyer
For additional information about aviation accidents, or to discuss your injuries or wrongful death claim in confidence with a Texas Aviation Accident Trial Lawyer who is familiar with handling aviation accident lawsuits, please call us 254-633-2813 (Waco area) or 409-753-0000 (Beaumont area). If you prefer, you can fill out our online intake form and we will contact you. The consultation is free; the advice priceless.