Address: 1512 Larimer St Ste 600, Denver, CO 80202 Call Any Time – 24/7

Table of Contents

Aviation Accident Attorneys Serving Denver, CO, Victims

Flying is frequently the only choice when traveling long distances in a short time. Millions fly in, out, and across the United States each year without incident. Although the number of people killed on U.S. roadways far exceeds aviation accident fatalities, few can walk away from plane crashes. If you’ve sustained an injury or lost a loved one in an aviation accident, contact the plane crash attorneys in Denver, CO, of Ramos Law immediately.

Plane Crash Attorneys in Denver, CO

Serving those injured in plane crashes

Talk With Us Today

Plane Crash Lawyers in Denver Fighting for Your Rights

The Denver, CO, plane crash attorneys at Ramos Law have fought for aviation accident victims’ rights for nearly a quarter century and are ready to fight for you. Led by emergency medical physician, pilot, and lawyer Dr. Joseph Ramos, the Denver, CO, personal injury attorneys of Ramos Law have the skills and experience to guide you through complex medical and legal processes.

If you were injured or lost a loved one in an aviation accident, don’t hesitate to speak with our plane crash lawyers in Denver for a complimentary case evaluation.

Contact Us

Plane Crash Statistics

The U.S. Department of Transportation reports that in 2021, more than 674 million passengers flew on U.S. airlines or airlines serving the U.S. [1] Meanwhile, over 28 million passengers used Denver International Airport in 2021. [2]

The Aviation Safety Network states that 218 people died in 30 aviation accidents worldwide in the same year. [3] Common plane crash causes include air traffic control errors, design flaws, bird strikes, pilot incapacitation, lightning, and passenger sabotage. [4]

What Happens After a Plane Crash?

Multiple agencies investigate private and commercial plane crashes. As they conduct interviews with instructors and witnesses, experts analyze critical factors like the following:

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

Once the teams consider all factors, they release the accident’s cause.

Plane crash victims’ families face numerous challenges in the days, weeks, months, and years after the accident. Although you want answers immediately, you must wait for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and other agencies to complete their lengthy investigations. Attempting to pick up the pieces when you don’t know why your loved one passed increases difficulty with each passing day.

We’re here to help. Our plane crash attorneys in Denver, CO, have years of experience handling aviation accidents. Our skilled and deeply experienced legal team is ready to fight for you.

Emergency physician and attorney Dr. Joseph Ramos leverages his medical and legal experience and skills in your favor. He guides the treatment of injured plane crash victims 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. Although the law doesn’t explicitly ban private pilots from using smartphones, it prohibits careless or reckless behaviors (like taking selfies) during flights.

You may receive compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering, depending on the circumstances. Speak with your Denver, CO, plane crash attorney about compensation for damages immediately.

Speak with your attorney before signing any papers or accepting money from an airline or insurance company. These parties only have their best interests at heart and won’t necessarily offer you fair compensation. Your Denver, CO, plane crash lawyer will help you recover the compensation you deserve so you can move forward.

Related Posts

Have you been injured in A Plane Crash?