Protecting Your Interests When You’ve Been Injured In A Private Airplane Accident
Many people own their own planes or fly regularly on private or company jets. Private charter companies take people up for pleasure rides or transport them to and from airports that only handle small planes. In the air, any lack of attention or negligence can cause a catastrophe. When you or a loved one is injured or killed in an aviation accident, you need a Dallas attorney to protect your interests and hold the negligent parties accountable.
Hubble & Pistorius is one of the premier litigation firms in Texas. We have a 25-year history of winning due to our extensive knowledge of the law, our efficient and effective work ethic and excellent customer service. We believe in achieving fair results for our clients. We understand how insurance companies work, and we fight to get maximum compensation for your injuries.
Determining Who Is At Fault
Whether it is an accident during flight or a plane crash, the first issue we come up against is who is responsible. Once we know this, we know which party or parties to hold accountable for your injuries. Our lawyers will investigate your accident and consult with engineers, accident reconstruction experts and other aviation professionals to determine what caused the accident and where the fault lies.
We also work with your medical experts to assess the full extent of your injuries so we can calculate the damages. We want you to have the money you need to cover your medical expenses, lost wages and other costs associated with your accident.
Our attorneys recognize the methods insurance companies use to undervalue claims, as well as the fact that the settlements they offer will never cover current and future expenses. We will fight for you so you can work on the hardest job of all — getting better.
Fatal Airplane Accidents
If you have lost a loved one in a plane crash, we will represent you in a wrongful death claim. We understand how painful this loss is and we will work diligently to gain compensation to cover funeral expenses and lost income, as well as to hold those responsible for your loved one’s death accountable for their actions.