Jacksonville Aviation Product Liability Lawyers
Exposing Defective Products In Aircraft Accidents
Manufacturers have an obligation to take reasonable care in preventing unsafe or
defective products from being used by consumers. This is particularly important when it comes to aircraft. Commercial airplanes, helicopters, private jets and all their component parts must be designed and manufactured properly for the protection of every single person on board. Even the slightest defect could cause a crash and claim dozens or even hundreds of lives.
Aviation accidents present significant complexities, but our team at Spohrer Dodd Trial Attorneys has the unique skills and experience to effectively handle these claims. With an in-house physician at our firm, not to mention highly experienced paralegals, investigators and support staff, we can investigate aviation accident claims and accurately identify their causes. These include accidents linked to defective or dangerous products. We handle private, commercial and military aviation accident claims in Florida and across the country.
Uncovering Mechanical Problems In An Aviation Accident
After a helicopter or airplane accident, it can be difficult to determine whether pilot error, weather, mechanical problems or other factors contributed to the event. Fortunately, we have the resources to conduct a thorough investigation. We will carefully evaluate physical evidence and will utilize experts in aviation, physics, mechanics, engineering and accident reconstruction to build a clear understanding of exactly what occurred in the days, hours, minutes and seconds leading up to the accident. If we discover that any part of the aircraft was improperly designed or had manufacturing defects, we will work to hold the manufacturer or another at-fault party accountable.
Hold Defective Parts Producers Accountable
Whether commercial or private, all aircraft should be built and operated within a reasonable standard of safety. No matter how your crash occurred, Spohrer Dodd Trial Attorneys can get to the bottom of it, relying on our rigorous investigation skills and more than 150 years of combined experience. We are board-certified in aviation accident law and have FAA-licensed airplane pilots on staff, as well as a national reputation for winning in high-stakes aviation accident cases.