Those who specialize in aviation crash investigation know that airplane accidents are rarely attributable to a single cause. Instead, what they most often find is that the accident occurred because a number of factors all came together at the worst-possible moment. And when they did, the airplane and its crew were pushed beyond their limits.
Piecing it all together afterward is something that Rose Walker attorneys have done countless times, including going to crash sites and sifting through the wreckage after it’s released by government investigators. We do this because there simply is no substitute for being there in an airplane accident investigation, where you can see the accident scene with your own eyes or touch a piece of the wreckage with your own hands.
Invariably, in any aviation crash investigation, investigators and attorneys will want to know:
- if and how the pilots played a role — Was pilot error to blame?
- the condition of the airplane — Is structural failure part of the investigation?
- and what the conditions were like — Was weather a factor?
When faced with aviation cases, companies come to Rose Walker because they know the firm has the depth of knowledge and experience to understand these and other factors, and the ability to explain it all to a jury in a way that makes sense.
To learn more about our experience in Aviation Crash Investigation matters, we invite you to contact the firm here.