It’s no secret that you’re more likely to die or be seriously hurt in a car accident than a plane crash. Aviation regulations are incredibly stringent, and that means that flying is one of the safest forms of transport out there.

It also means that there’s really no such thing as a “no fault” plane crash.

If you or a loved one is injured or killed in a plane crash, then it’s almost certainly because of someone’s action or inaction. You’re almost certainly entitled to compensation, and the best way to ensure you get it is to get a Los Angeles plane crash lawyer on your side.


What Causes Plane Crashes?

When you contact a Los Angeles plane crash lawyer about your case, they are probably going to ask you a few questions, including what the injuries or losses related to the crash were, and what happened.

In most cases, plane crashes are attributable to very few causes: improper maintenance, pilot error, error by another pilot or airline, or an act or omission by the airport or their employees.

Most plane crashes will be caused by one of those scenarios, and knowing what the cause was will be a big part of determining who you can approach, and for what kind of compensation.


What Should You Do?

In the event of a plane crash, the Federal Aviation Administration will conduct an investigation, and their findings will play a role in most cases. However, FAA investigations can take a long time, and if you have bills piling up as a result of an airplane crash, you might not have the time to wait.

In that case, you can always contact a qualified Los Angeles plane crash lawyer, discuss your case free of charge, and find out if you have any immediate options.

Getting in touch is easy:

  • Call 323-999-HELP;
  • Fill in an online form;
  • Launch an online chat.

Professional attorneys are available 24/7 to discuss your case, and your options, and there’s no upfront cost. If we work on your case for you, you’ll only be charged a fee if and when we win the case.

You’ve got enough to worry about. Leave fighting for compensation to the professionals, so you can get on with the long process of healing.