About My Site
So it has been 18 years now and I count myself lucky to have served many brave individuals and families whom I am honored to call my clients. I never expected that I would work for so many families, widows, widowers, children, plane crash victims, passengers, flight attendants and pilots. I have learned a lot about aviation safety and the non monetary things that are most important to people after a plane crash.
My goal with my blog is to share what is going on in aviation and insert ideas about safety. Safety has become a big part of my law practice. When we settle a case we can bring about changes and make safety improvements.
Air travel, in order to be safe, involves meeting standards. Sometimes the standards are not met. In this blog, I’ll explore a lot of different aspects of the aviation industry, offer my reaction and viewpoints on major news stories, and highlight legal aspects related to flying that you may have never considered.
I have worked in this field for a long time. I have investigated plane and helicopter crashes and taken these cases to trial. I’ve had the privilege of working on many passenger injury cases and crashes, experimental aircraft, helicopters, commercial airplanes, charter airplanes, and single-engine airplanes. Some of our cases have been covered in the media by CNN’s The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer, The Today Show, The Wall Street Journal, MSNBC.com, and CNN.com, among other publications. I am proud that we are getting the word out there about aviation safety.
My hope is that this blog will be educational, interesting, and useful, especially if you have an interest in aviation law or if you or a loved one have been injured on an airplane.
Stay tuned as we continue to add to our pages and thanks for reading!