Airplane Crashes And Disasters

According to the National Transportation Safety Board, 1,209 people were injured as a result of aviation incidents in 2015. And although there were no fatalities for U.S. airlines in 2015, 376 people lost their lives in general aviation incidents.

Aviation law is a highly regulated field — whether you are dealing with privately owned planes or corporate airlines, it is a complex field that requires specialized knowledge and the financial resources to take on the industry, product manufacturers and the federal government.

Attorneys Who Know Their Aviation Law

At Malone Law, both Tommy and Adam Malone are licensed pilots with multiple ratings and thousands of hours of flight time in single and twin-engine high performance aircraft. Every client with an aviation-related case receives the full benefit of not only Tommy and Adam Malone's legal expertise and resources, but also their personal experience as pilots. Their knowledge of the aviation industry, the do's and don'ts of flight safety, and an understanding of aircraft performance give them a unique background for handling these cases.

Having represented surviving family members of the victims of aviation disasters, the lawyers at Malone Law understand the impact such catastrophes have on individuals and families. We have access to specialized aviation experts and stand ready to investigate the cause of any disaster whether it is caused by:

  • Pilot negligence and human error
  • Aircraft equipment failure
  • Maintenance problems
  • Airframe failure

Representing Injury Victims And Their Families

We have represented clients in cases involving single-engine planes and commercial airline crashes — such as the 1996 crash of TWA 800, which involved the deaths of all its 230 passengers. No aviation case is too big, or too small, for us to represent your interests to the fullest.

We can help you get the compensation you deserve in cases involving a plane crash. Contact us by calling our Atlanta, Georgia, office at 770-913-6423 or complete our online contact form.