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An aviation accident claim is an extremely complicated legal undertaking.
Just gathering all the relevant evidence can be very difficult.
The National Traffic Safety Board (NTSB) collects data and attempts to determine the reason for the crash. However, NTSB investigators may not seek out everyone who would be legally responsible for a victim's injury or death.
On the other hand, an expert attorney who is representing your interests will go beyond the NTSB review, gather additional evidence, and retain experts in aeronautics and accident reconstruction, to strengthen your case.
A lawyer fighting for your rights can make sure that all those responsible for the crash are included in your case -- and made to pay.
Finally, an important legal question in airplane crash cases is which law establishes the rights of the victim, and which court can consider his or her claim. The circumstances surrounding the accident, the responsible parties, and other legal factors, will determine whether federal law, or the law of a particular state, will govern your claim.
Needless to say, only an experienced attorney can handle an airplane crash case. You need a lawyer with the skill to collect and analyze all the relevant facts, the knowledge to handle all the critical legal issues, and the dedication to pursue claims against everyone who is accountable for your loss.
If you or a loved one was seriously injured in an airplane accident, talk with an experienced Michigan accident lawyer. Please submit a simple, free, and confidential legal consultation form now.
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