Have You Been Involved in an Aviation Accident?

While many people enjoy aircraft and flying as either a necessity for transportation or entertainment on the side, aviation can have extremely dangerous consequences. Due to their speed, size, and height off of the ground, if you are involved in an aviation accident, it is not unlikely that you will have suffered from catastrophic injuries, such as brain injuries, burn injuries and spinal cord injuries. You might even have lost a loved one to a wrongful death from such an accident. Due to these detrimental ramifications, it is vitally important that you do not hesitate to secure the legal assistance of an experienced Houston aviation accident attorney as quickly as possible.

Legal Aid for Aviation Accident Victims

Rick McGuire has been involved in all aspects of aviation matters for forty years. Trained by Braniff Airlines and holding numerous ratings and flight instructor certificates he has been a leader in accident investigations and claims against major general aviation carriers. He has more than 15,000 hours of flight time in aircraft from Piper Cubs to Jets, and holds an Aircraft Dispatcher license for large tubojet aircraft. He also has been a practicing Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic.

He has been at the forefront of aircraft accident investigation and the reconstruction of aircraft accidents. His background as a flight instructor has enable him to put the personal aspect to the aircraft accidents and incidents as most aircraft accidents are pilot induced. Holding an advance ground instructor rating and instrument ground instructor rating allows him to understand why accidents are caused by individuals. In that his years of expertise in flight training gives him an edge in the application of FAA rules to an accident where pilot error is involved. He is a strong believer that certain training curriculums now in use by certain general aviation carriers are faulty in their practice and use.

In the legal aspects of accidents, our firm has team members with many years of experience to get to the bottom of aircraft accidents. These members include air carrier pilots and safety experts as well as maintenance staff. Our firm believes in the rule that “what is seems may have caused the problem is not always the cause.” Many experts fail to take all the considerations into affect when determine the cause and rooting out all the aspects is the solution.

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