Plane crashes and helicopter crashes do not happen very often. Unfortunately, when they do, they often involve fatalities. A family is left behind wondering about the cause of the aviation accident and anxious about their financial future.
If you were injured or lost a loved one in a helicopter or plane crash, get answers. Talk to a Charlotte aviation accident injury lawyer at the law firm of DeVore, Acton & Stafford, P.A. One of our partners, attorney Fred DeVore III, is a former private pilot who understands the federal regulations in the area of aviation.
The legal team at our personal injury law firm will work with investigators and aviation accident experts to try and determine the facts behind the crash in order to establish financial liability. We will not rest until we have had all of our questions answered, including:
When fault for the aviation accident has been established, the next step is to determine the extent of your family’s losses so that you can begin to be compensated.
If you or your loved one suffered serious injuries, we will work with medical and rehabilitation experts to understand the full extent of injuries and the medical care that will be needed today and into the future. Any financial recovery should also include lost wages and any future loss of earnings if you or a loved one is unable to return to work.
If you have a lost a loved one in a fatal airplane crash, we can file a wrongful death claim in an attempt to compensate your family for the loss of future earnings and for the costs of replacing the services to your family that your loved one provided, for which you must now hire outside help. We will work closely with you to document the many financial and nonfinancial contributions your loved one made to the household.
Plane and helicopter crashes can be tragic, which is why it is important to work with an aviation accident attorney with experience. Our firm welcomes potential clients to reach out via email, or call our office at 704-594-4227 to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your situation.