Compared with car accidents, the frequency of aviation accidents is far less in Montana and elsewhere throughout the U.S. But when an aviation accident does occur, it has the propensity to cause more damage than other types of accidents. Besides the loss of lives, a plane crash often causes considerable damage to property as well.
According to a report of the Federal Aviation Administration, travel over air may double over the next two decades. With the rise in air traffic, passengers are more at risk than before. Smaller plane crashes involving private airplanes may occur. Both air carrier and general accidents are covered by the ambit of aviation accidents.
Aviation accidents may occur due to faulty equipment, pilot error, violation of air traffic safety rules, design problems of an aircraft, negligence of air traffic controllers and station employees or simply bad or unexpected weather. In the case of an aviation accident, the plane owner and operator may be held responsible, along with the manufacturers and suppliers. It may be pointed out that aviation litigation cases are very complex in nature.
In the case of an aviation accident, it is important to unravel the cause of the accident. Our firm can come up with adequate research as to the cause of the plane crash. We can also do spadework on the necessity of a products liability claim.
It may be difficult for you to pursue your case alone. However, with the right help, it is possible to seek monetary compensation following an aviation accident.