Aviation Accident Attorney in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Fighting for Victims of Preventable Accidents
When commercial airliners, private jets, helicopters, and other aircraft are involved in accidents, the potential for devastation is overwhelming. With hundreds of preventable aviation accidents, injuries, and deaths reported each year, ensuring accountability for these tragedies it critical not only to protecting public safety, but also to the victims and families who deserve justice and compensation for their losses.
At Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A., our Fort Lauderdale personal injury lawyers have the extensive experience and resources required of challenging aviation accident cases. Whether injuries stem from an isolated in-flight accident or a major catastrophe, our legal team is prepared to provide victims with the support and representation they need to navigate the legal journey ahead.
Why Choose Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A.?
- Over 60 Years of Collective Experience
- Nationally Recognized Trial Lawyers
- Millions in Compensation Recovered
- Focus on Personalized Service
Discuss an aviation or airline accident during a FREE consultation by calling (954) 467-8800 or contacting us online. Our award-winning attorneys are available 24/7 to help.
Airline & Aviation Accident Cases We Handle
Because we focus exclusively on protecting the rights of victims and families, our firm has the depth of experience to handle a range of aviation accident cases, including those involving:
- Commercial Airlines
- Private or chartered jets
- Non-motorized aircraft (hang gliders, etc.)
- Hot air balloons / lighter-than-air-craft
While every personal injury or wrongful death case is unique, they all focus generally on holding others accountable for causing preventable harm. This includes aviation-related injuries and death caused by a number of negligent, unlawful, or careless factors:
- In-flight incidents (concussions, slip and fall accidents, falling cargo, assaults, etc.)
- Negligent airline operators or employees
- Improper aircraft maintenance
- Safety violations
- Defective products (faulty engines, landing gear failure, etc.)
- Pilot error or negligence
- Air traffic control error
Protect Your Rights as a Victim
Whether you have suffered harm in a preventable aviation accident, endured life-altering or catastrophic injuries, or have lost a loved one in a major aircraft catastrophe, you have the right to hold at-fault parties liable for the damages you incurred – including medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost income or support, emotional injuries, and more.
All parties involved in aviation – including crew members, commercial airline companies, maintenance crews, or manufacturers who build airplanes, engines, or other aircraft parts – have legal obligations to ensure the safety of passengers. When they fail to do so, they can be held accountable – both by government regulators and the victims they’ve harmed.
Given the complex nature of aviation and airline accidents, numerous regulations, and often technical engineering issues, accountability and compensation is never guaranteed. That’s especially true when corporations involved in these cases prioritize profits over people, and do all they can to pay as little as possible. At Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A., our legal team is committed to providing the level playing field victims need to make their voices heard, and the experienced and unrelenting representation to ensure they receive full and fair compensation.
Discuss a Potential Case During a FREE Consultation
Schlesinger Law Offices, P.A. is a multi-generational law firm that has been advocating for victims and families since 1955. Since that time, our team has cultivated a reputation for securing significant results in complex cases, and for providing the earnest and genuine support clients deserve during difficult times. If you wish to discuss a potential case with an aviation accident attorney from our firm, do not hesitate to contact us for a free and confidential consultation. We serve clients throughout Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and beyond.