New York, NY – In catastrophic events, victims of personal injury have relied on Kreindler & Kreindler LLP to pursue damages or discover the cause of an accident since 1950. As one of the world’s leading aviation accident law firms, the attorneys advocate for their clients to help them find the answers they need most without compromising on respect, compassion, open communication, and transparency. The attorneys include licensed helicopter, airplane, and military aircraft pilots extensively knowledgeable about aviation law and are devoted to seeking justice on behalf of their injured clients.
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP was the first law firm to successfully prosecute a commercial aviation plane crash case in 1952. Today, it continues its legacy of pursuing liability and damage claims against Airbus and Boeing, the leading manufacturers of major domestic airlines, commercial aircraft, and instruments used in long-range passenger airplanes. The attorneys are committed to holding parties accountable for devastating losses, catastrophic injuries, and wrongful death. The law firm’s ability to provide individualized client service for international aviation accidents and domestic airplane crash claims has allowed it to resolve the legal issues of many families across the US.
Given the complex challenges inherent in litigating aviation accidents, an attorney must be familiar with the technicalities of aviation law. At the New York law firm, the aviation attorneys have in-depth knowledge of aerodynamics, engineering, piloting, airline operations, aircraft maintenance, FAA regulations, U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) Policies, weather/air traffic control systems, and National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) Procedures. They leverage their knowledge and skills to represent victims of international aviation accidents, domestic airplane crashes, helicopter accidents, small plane crashes, charter/corporate plane cases, sightseeing/tour aircraft accidents, and emergency aircraft accidents.
The federal government can’t be sued for damages related to a naval jet or army helicopter accident, even if the pilot was on active service. Federal law, through the Government Contractor Defense, also protects suppliers providing aircraft maintenance, equipment, or components against liability. Kreindler & Kreindler LLP has taken on cases against government contractors that supplied defective equipment and handled military aircraft accident claims. The attorneys understand the contractual, statutory, and evidentiary considerations that bear upon the right to civil damages in a military aircraft accident and are passionate about creating a custom action plan for representation.
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP’s experience with aviation accident claims is unmatched. The attorneys focus their attention on securing damages for victims and promoting improvements in ethical practices, safety standards, aviation regulations, and aviation industry laws. While the attorneys are aviation experts, they work with a team of investigators, litigators, professional experts, and trained staff to guarantee a seamless process. They prepare all aspects of liability/damages by identifying responsible parties, presenting compelling cases, and obtaining favorable outcomes.
“Our sole mission is to determine why the accident happened, make sure it doesn’t happen again and take care of the family left behind.”- Brian J. Alexander / Attorney and Partner.
To learn more about aviation accident claims, visit the law firm’s website or call (212) 687-8181 to request a case evaluation. Kreindler & Kreindler LLP is located at 485 Lexington Avenue 28th Floor, New York, NY, 10017, US.
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP
James P. Kreindler
485 Lexington Avenue 28th Floor
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