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Handling Aviation Accidents Nationwide

Corporate Jet Accident Attorneys

Corporate and business jet travel have long been the alternative of choice for those who can afford it. The global marketplace has made business jet travel more popular than ever as more and more companies are operating their own planes or chartering others. In just the past 14 years, the number of corporate and business jet flights in the United States has increased by more than 30%.

Unfortunately, the number and severity of accidents involving turbine-powered business aircraft have also increased. It is said that the fatal accident rate of corporate aviation is almost 2.5 times greater than the major airlines. The fatal accident rate for air taxis or charters is more than 50 times higher than that of commercial airlines. The aviation attorneys at Nolan Law Group find these statistics to be unacceptable and believe that companies that own and/or operate corporate and business aircraft have the same responsibility for the safety of their passengers and crew as the commercial airlines have.

Experienced Corporate Jet Accident Lawyers

Nolan Law Group is currently evaluating corporate and business jet crash cases involving:

  • Pilot error
  • Poor weather conditions
  • Faulty equipment
  • Dangerous or defective airplane design
  • Manufacturer defect
  • Maintenance failure

Benefits Of Retaining A Corporate Jet Accident Lawyer

When you hire a knowledgeable, experienced corporate jet accident attorney, you have a skilled advocate by your side, fighting for justice. Your corporate jet crash lawyer will help fight for the compensation you are owed, whether your injuries stemmed from an aviation accident or from an accident that occurred when the plane was on the tarmac.

If you were injured, or if someone you love suffered injuries or lost his or her life in a business or corporate jet crash, and would like the attorneys at Nolan Law Group to review your case, please contact us. An experienced corporate jet accident attorney will evaluate the facts and circumstances, and help you determine whether and how to proceed.