When an airplane or helicopter is involved in an accident, one of the factors that aviation lawyers must consider is the engineering involved and whether any components failed because of how they were designed.
At Rose Walker, we work with engineers who understand airplanes and something called “failure analysis,” which involves determining why an engine part or structural component may have broken and how that contributed to an accident.
What’s most important, though, is that our attorneys are real trial lawyers with years of experience standing up in court to make a case for our clients. They know how to communicate with jurors in a way that helps them sort through what matters and what doesn’t.
When it comes to explaining the complexities of an airplane engineering failure to a jury, we know it is absolutely imperative to put it in terms everyone can understand. That doesn’t mean we “dumb it down,” because, in our experience, juries are pretty smart.
But if they have trouble understanding engineering or failure analysis, we’ll be sure to explain it. Doing so is good for them and good for our clients.
To learn more about our experience in faulty aviation engineering matters, we invite you to contact the firm here.