National Aviation Accident Attorney

Personal Injury And Wrongful Death On Commercial Airlines And General Aviation Aircraft

Airplane accidents are typically a search for the truth. Many aviation (airplane, helicopter, etc.) and airline accidents are caused by a complex series of events, and the talking heads on TV rarely get all the facts when the story is covered.

At The Law Offices of Mark Kelley Schwartz, P.C., we know that there is more to the story, and we're committed to finding the truth. We dig into the facts and aggressively pursue the detailed technical analysis for each accident, using experts who are not tied to the very companies that are possible defendants. Mr. Schwartz uses his experience as an aviation accident lawyer and his background as a commercial pilot and flight instructor to determine what happened. We look for evidence pointing toward:

  • Pilot error
  • Mechanical defect
  • Design defect
  • Maintenance issues
  • Design-induced pilot error
  • Air traffic control

Working Backward To Determine The Cause Of The Crash

Or, why the NTSB's determinations of the probable cause of an accident are often inadequate and quite frequently wrong.

When Mr. Schwartz handles aviation accident cases, he works backward to determine what caused the accident. Although the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates every aircraft accident in the United States, our law firm has uncovered evidence that the NTSB never found. The NTSB simply doesn't have the resources to investigate every accident as thoroughly as is needed, which leaves families who need answers in a tough place.

Contact An Experienced Michigan-Based Airplane Crash Lawyer

Investigating airplane and helicopter accidents is a time-intensive process. Each case is unique and fact-driven, and it takes an experienced attorney to determine what actually happened and whether someone can be held liable. If you are wondering whether you have a case, contact us to schedule your free initial consultation. We can be reached through an online contact form or by calling 877-568-6800.