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Airplane Accident Attorneys in San Antonio, Texas

Were You Injured In An Airplane Accident in San Antonio?

At the Hollingsworth Law Firm, our San Antonio aviation accident attorneys know that no one — whether they are traveling for business or pleasure — expects an air disaster to occur while they are onboard a private or commercial airplane, charter flight, or helicopter.

In fact, the chances of a plane crashing are approximately 1 in 1.2 million. The annual risk of being killed in an airplane crash is about 1 in 11 million. Comparatively, the annual risk of being killed in a motor vehicle crash for the average American is about 1 in 5,000. 

While the statistics of a deadly crash occurring may be slim, injurious aviation accidents can happen without notice. The San Antonio International Airport (SAT) averages 260 daily departures and arrivals at its 24 gates, which serve 12 airlines flying non-stop to 53 destinations in the US and Mexico.

Our Texas airplane accident attorneys know passengers on these flights can be subjected to in-air challenges, including mechanical failures, human error, weather, or another danger that requires emergency landings, which can result in serious injuries. When our Bexar, Comal, and Medina County residents are hurt, our personal injury lawyers and support staff provide the critical legal resources our fellow Texans need to pursue results.

Collectively, our skilled San Antonio airplane accident attorneys have spent more than three decades working on both sides of the courtroom, gaining unparalleled experience of the inner workings of some of the world’s largest insurance companies, and transforming that knowledge into wins for our clients.

We can pursue the same results for you and your family. Contact us today to learn more.

Airplane Accident Attorneys in San Antonio

Who is Liable for Airplane Accidents in San Antonio, Texas?

All aviation accidents are carefully investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). In conjunction with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) — which regulates the aviation industry and sets standards for pilots, air traffic controllers, airport authorities, aircraft manufacturers, and parts suppliers — the NTSB will determine who or what was the origin of an aviation incident, no matter how minor, severe, or catastrophic.  

Based on the NTSB investigation, which includes preserving evidence, rebuilding the airplane or another aviation vehicle, and interviewing all involved parties, the agency will make a precise determination of the cause of the crash or defect that led to an emergency landing.

That may include:

  • Aircraft mechanical errors, which may include parts failures.
  • Human error.
  • Error or misjudgment by the aircraft pilot.
  • Air traffic controller error.
  • Flight service station employee negligence.
  • Defects on the airport runway.
  • Third party’s carrier negligence.
  • Not adhering to FAA regulations.
  • Negligence in fueling the aircraft.
  • Poor maintenance of any part of the aircraft.
  • Structural or design defects that went unchecked or were never fixed.

If you have been injured or lost a loved one in an airplane accident or another aviation incident, there will be countless people who want to hear your story, including federal agents and investigators, airline principals, insurance representatives, and attorneys.

You are going to need an experienced professional by your side too, ensuring your rights are protected from the start. We can help.

Since 2003, the Hollingsworth Law Firm’s skilled airplane accident attorneys in San Antonio have dedicated our practice to producing real results for real people whose lives have been impacted by negligence. Our expert legal team has proven over thousands of personal injury cases, through the millions of dollars recovered for our clients, that personal attention matters.

We offer services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Mandarin because we believe in inclusion, fairness, and justice. It is only possible to successfully represent the people in our communities when we can successfully represent all people.

At Hollingsworth Law Firm, Our San Antonio Personal Injury Attorney Also Focuses on the Following Practice Areas:

Should I Speak to Investigators After a Texas Airplane Accident Occurs?

If you have been injured in an aviation accident in Texas, the first thing you should do is seek medical care. This is important because the anxiety, stress, and shock of an aviation incident can send a rush of adrenaline through your body that causes complete mental and emotional confusion while masking your physical injuries.

Should I Speak to Investigators After a Texas Airplane Accident Occurs?

Federal investigators will definitely want to speak with you, but your well-being is the priority. Once you seek medical care, contact our skilled San Antonio airplane accident attorneys to ensure you are taking the necessary steps to protect yourself from making a recorded statement that may jeopardize your ability to pursue compensation for your injuries or the loss of your loved one.

Contact Our Dedicated Airplane Accident Attorneys in San Antonio, Texas Today

If you or someone you love has been injured or lost their life in an airplane accident, contact our dedicated San Antonio personal injury lawyers at the Hollingsworth Law Firm today by calling 713-637-4560 or contact us online for a free case evaluation.

Our skilled bilingual personal injury lawyers and support staff represent clients throughout the state of Texas on a contingency basis, so you never pay any legal fees unless we win your case.

If you are ready to fight for the compensation you deserve, so are we. Let us take the lead.

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