Not including corporate jet and military transport accidents, fatal aviation accidents per year range from a low of two in 1942 to a high of 71 in 1972 with 2,374 casualties. In 2006, major aviation accidents numbered 27 with 888 casualties.
Although these numbers are low compare to automobile casualties. Numbers do not matter when your loved one is involved. Many different factors surround an aviation accident that can contribute to its cause.
Some of these factors include:
- Faulty Equipment
- FAA Regulation Violations
- Pilot Errors or Carelessness
- Problems in the Design or Structure of an Aircraft
- Flight Service Station Employee Negligence
- Negligence in a Third Party Selection of a Carrier
- Federal Air Traffic Controller Negligence
If you suffered personal injuries or lost a loved one in an aviation accident, demand a successful outcome. Your aviation accident litigation requires an understanding of various issues that arise when such an accident occurs.