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Aviation Accident Attorneys

Flying is often the only choice for those traveling long distances in a short time. Millions of people fly in, out, and across the United States each year without incident. The number of people killed on U.S. roadways far exceeds the fatalities from aviation accidents. Although many people can walk away from serious auto accidents, few can from plane crashes.

National Plane Crash Statistical Data

The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that in 2021 alone, more than 674 million passengers flew on U.S. airlines or airlines serving the U.S. [1]

According to the Aviation Safety Network, 218 people died in 30 aviation accidents worldwide in 2021. [2] By comparison, approximately 42,915 people lost their lives in U.S. motor vehicle crashes in 2021. [3] Common plane crash causes include bird strikes, air traffic control errors, design flaws, lightning, pilot incapacitation, and passenger sabotage. [4]

Plane Crash Attorneys

The plane crash attorneys at Ramos Law have been fighting for the rights of aviation accident victims for nearly a quarter century, and they stand ready to fight for you. Emergency medical physician, pilot, and attorney Joseph Ramos and the Ramos Law Firm plane crash team have the skills and experience to guide you through complex legal and medical processes.

If you sustained an injury in a plane crash, speak with our personal injury lawyers today for a complimentary case evaluation.

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What Happens After a Plane Crash?

Multiple agencies come together to investigate private and commercial plane crashes. These agencies conduct interviews with instructors and witnesses while experts analyze critical factors, such as:

  • The crash scene and debris
  • Aircraft maintenance and component reports
  • Weather reports
  • Pilot qualifications and accident history
  • FAA and NTSB records
  • Air traffic control records
  • And more.

Once the teams determine all factors, they release the cause.

Plane crash victims’ families endure many difficulties in the days, weeks, months, and years following the accident. You want answers but must wait for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and other agencies to complete their lengthy investigations. Trying to pick up the pieces when you don’t know why your loved one passed becomes increasingly difficult with each passing day.

The Ramos Law Firm is here to help you. We have many years of experience dealing with plane crash cases. We have a skilled and deeply experienced legal team ready to fight for you. 

Dr. Joseph Ramos, an emergency medicine physician and attorney uses his medical and legal experience and skills in your favor. He helps guide the treatment of those injured in plane crashes and fights tirelessly for those who lost loved ones.

Plane Crash Frequently Asked Questions

Federal laws governing commercial aircraft, pilots, and crews prohibit personal electronic device usage during takeoff, landing, and flying below 10,000 feet. However, these laws don’t apply to private plane pilots. While the law doesn’t explicitly ban private pilots from using cell phones, it prohibits careless or reckless behaviors (such as taking selfies) during flight.

Depending on the circumstances, you may receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Speak with our personal injury attorneys in Colorado and Arizona about compensation for damages as soon as possible.

Speak with your personal injury attorney before signing any papers or accepting money from the airline or insurance company. The insurance company and airline have their best interests at heart and won’t necessarily offer you fair compensation. Your attorney will help you get the compensation you deserve so you can move forward.

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