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Types of Aviation Accident Cases We Handle

Air travel may be known as the safest mode of transportation, but it is not free from danger. Aviation accidents involving commercial or private planes may result in significant injuries and fatalities due to the nature of air travel. If you have been injured in an aviation accident, speak with an experienced Houston lawyer for a personalized assessment of your claim to determine how to best proceed.

At Stepp & Sullivan, P.C., our Houston aviation attorneys are experienced in all types of major and minor aircraft accident claims in Houston, Texas. With more than 70 years of combined experience, the Houston aviation attorneys at Stepp & Sullivan, P.C. offer personalized legal representation for aircraft owners, operators, charterers, pilots, family, and loved ones. We have handled litigation in both domestic and international aviation incidents involving severe injuries, death, and property damage. We understand the complexities involved in these types of claims, and our experienced and skilled team of aircraft accident lawyers in Houston, Texas is prepared to help you protect your rights and vigorously fight for the finest outcome.

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How the Stepp & Sullivan Aviation Lawyers Can Help Your Claim

Aviation accident law is complex and requires the skilled legal guidance of an experienced aviation accident lawyer, requiring knowledge of specific regulations that apply to your case. It may also involve taking legal action against large airlines or other companies that retain teams of attorneys to resolve claims for much less than you deserve. 

As experienced trial lawyers with over 70 years of experience, we provide personalized legal solutions by building upon a thorough investigation of the evidence and advocating on your behalf throughout the entirety of your case. 

We manage the following aspects of your case to bolster your chances of success: 

  • Conducting an investigation and gathering valuable evidence to determine liable parties responsible for injuries and damages
  • Partnering with field experts to analyze the accident from various perspectives, including reviewing data from the aircraft flight recorder, and cockpit voice recorder, reconstructing the accident, and others 
  • Working with medical professionals to understand the extent of your injuries and what future losses you may incur 
  • Assess your claim for strengths and weaknesses and provide personalized legal solutions 
  • Determine the monetary value of your claim and fight on your behalf so that your best interests are protected 
  • Fight your case to court if a fair settlement cannot be agreed upon out of court 

Our comprehensive investigations enable us to build a robust claim on your behalf and pursue the complete compensation you are owed. We aggressively negotiate on your behalf with airline attorneys, airplane or parts manufacturers, and other relevant parties. 

The Houston aviation lawyers at Stepp & Sullivan provide legal guidance every step of the way so you may obtain the most successful outcome for your claim. 

Liability in an Aviation Accident 

Multiple parties may be held responsible for an aviation accident, depending on the cause of the accident and what negligent actions played a part in your injuries and losses. Your accident is unique and may require comprehensive investigations and the legal strategy of a skilled Houston aviation lawyer at Stepp & Sullivan to understand the details of your accident. 

Depending on whether your fight was during a commercial flight or in a private aircraft may greatly affect liability. 

Depending on what federal and state authorities’ investigations uncover, the liable party may include:

  • Commercial pilot
  • Private aircraft pilot 
  • Airline or air carrier
  • Maintenance provider
  • Air traffic controller
  • Airport personnel
  • Aircraft designer
  • Aircraft parts manufacturer

During a commercial flight, you are most likely to submit your claim with the airline due to their responsibility for numerous travel and flight details, including the pilot’s or maintenance personnel’s behavior. However, an accident involving a private aircraft is more likely to be an individual’s responsibility. 

Speak with the Houston aviation accident lawyers at Stepp & Sullivan for help in recovering the maximum compensation you deserve for losses and injuries you sustained due to someone else’s negligence. 

Damages You May Recover in a Successful Houston Aviation Accident Claim 

Aviation accident injuries may be significant due to the traumatic nature of the accidents. Depending on the severity of your injuries and other relevant factors, you may be able to recover the following compensatory damages: 

  • Medical expenses
  • Lost income
  • Loss of future earnings
  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Scarring and disfigurement
  • Loss of consortium
  • Disability 

At Stepp & Sullivan, we build a case personalized to your legal needs and circumstances and strive to obtain the complete compensation you deserve for the economic and non-economic losses you’ve suffered because of someone else’s negligence. 

Contact the Experienced Houston Aviation Lawyers at Stepp & Sullivan 

Aviation accidents may have significant consequences, leaving you with present and future economic and non-economic losses. At Stepp & Sullivan, we offer personalized legal representation and are prepared to help protect your legal rights. For over 70 years, we have fought for aviation accident victims, recovering the maximum compensation they are owed. 

For compassionate and innovative legal strategies with a personalized approach, contact our Houston aviation accident lawyers at (713) 677-2635 or fill out our contact form.

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