Plane Crashes Can Be Devastating
Alaskans fly on a much more regular basis than residents of the Lower 48. Particularly for residents of remote and less-connected areas, flying is necessary for many shopping tasks, errands, medical appointments and personal visits. Because of the common use of small planes and the numerous challenges of topography and weather in Alaska, aviation accidents occur far more frequently here than in other parts of the country.
Many aviation accidents involve fatalities and serious injuries. In cases where negligence or equipment failure is involved, personal injury or wrongful death claims can be filed in order to obtain compensation for income loss, physiological and emotional pain and suffering, medical expenses, property loss, and the loss of enjoyment of life.
We Have The Experience To Help You
If you or a family member suffered an injury in an aviation accident, or if you lost a loved one, we can help. At Gruenstein, Hickey, Havelock & Duffy our lawyers have been handling major lawsuits for more than 30 years, protecting our clients’ rights and interests in essential matters, including:
Crashes of recreational planes involving Alaska residents and visitors
- Plane crashes involving mountain passes and glaciers
- Collisions involving multiple aircrafts
- Helicopter accidents
- Accidents involving air taxis and float planes
- Larger commercial aircraft accidents
Contact Us For The Support You Deserve. We Are Ready To Help.
Contact us online to discuss your aviation injury matter with an experienced lawyer. Our Anchorage-based airplane accident attorneys handle these claims on a regular basis. Let us guide you through your options and your claim, so you do not have to worry.
You can call our Anchorage firm at 800-868-6134 for a free consultation. Plane crashes can leave you and your family facing significant stress, so it is critical to contact us as soon as possible to reduce that stress. If we represent you, you will not pay legal fees unless and until we recover compensation for you.