Aviation accident cases are unique forms of cases. For instance, if you are injured by a Part 121 air carrier (Southwest, United or Jet Blue) this type of case is handled under a different set of rules.

Aviation Situation Injuries

An example of an aviation accident case could involve a bad landing due to an equipment failure. Let’s say you were shoved forward against your seat belt and had a neck injury or even a low back injury. How do you prove the airline did something wrong?

Our Experience with Aviation Accidents

Rick McGuire has extensive aviation experience from training and maintaining small aircraft to flying and managing large commercial aircraft. He has handled numerous accident and maintenance cases from small general aviation crashes due to pilot negligence to airlines who injured passengers due to failure to properly maintain their equipment.

About Our Aviation Accident Expert

Rick McGuire is a Certified Flight Instructor with the highest ratings available from the FAA as an instructor. He has been teaching and flying for more than fifty (50) years. His expertise is in deciphering the cause of the aviation accident. Be it equipment, weather or pilot error, Rick McGuire has the experience to lead your case to a favorable outcome. Unlike other aviation attorneys who do not have any aviation background and must rely on experts to tell them what has happened, with the Law Office of Rick McGuire, you have an immediate contact with an aviation person, Rick McGuire, who can tell you what needs to be done to make the case successful.

You can read some of the comments and ideas that Rick McGuire, pilot and instructor, has written at aircraftsimulatortraining.com. This is a training facility for pilots that is owned by Attorney Rick McGuire. Rick has also been a commentator for aviation accidents in the media.

Contact Us About Your Aviation Accident Case

Remember if you are injured in an accident involving an aircraft you can talk to Rick concerning the case. It does not take an aviation crash to hurt you. It can be a faulty braking of the aircraft on landing, a skidding aircraft on ice or a pressurization failure which causes a rapid descent. There is no charge and Rick McGuire loves to discuss aviation with anyone.