Aviation incidents are more common than you might think. The federal regulations that govern aircraft safety are extremely complex. Victims of airplane and helicopter accidents are best served by seeking legal advice and representation from a capable attorney who has substantial experience and a thorough knowledge of aviation law.
A rapid and thorough investigation is often the key to obtaining real results in a helicopter crash, airplane accident or any other aviation disaster. At the Texas law firm of Stevenson & Murray, you will find a team of attorneys, independent investigators and industry experts dedicated to helping unravel the tremendous amount of evidence, complex issues of liability and government bureaucracy involved in many aviation disasters. We seek to determine the facts for you.
A hangar-keeper, fixed-base operator (FBO), air traffic control, pilot or aircraft manufacturer may be held liable for damages when negligence results in a helicopter crash or airplane accident.
If a loved one has suffered a severe, catastrophic or fatal injury in a helicopter or airplane accident, we invite you to our offices in Houston today for a free consultation.
The firm has a proven record of success in obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements and verdicts on behalf of our injured clients. We have the experience and resources to uncover the cause of your helicopter or airplane accident and hold the responsible parties to account for their negligence, including:
Stevenson & Murray routinely represents injured individuals and families who have lost a loved one in claims and lawsuits against large local, regional and national companies and major multinational corporations. The firm has the skill and resources to aggressively pursue recovery, whether through tough settlement negotiation or powerful trial advocacy.
We invite you to call our offices toll-free at (713) 622-3223 today to discuss what your next step should be in seeking maximum recovery after an airplane or helicopter accident. You may also contact us online for prompt attention to your important questions or to schedule a free case evaluation.
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