Since we started our aviation practice in the 1980s, we have represented many passengers and their families following aviation accidents around the world.
For all of our clients, whether they have suffered serious injury or for the families of those fatally injured, we have provided expert guidance and support.
In the aftermath of an aviation accident, victims and their families often face coming to terms with life-changing events, as well as a hugely complicated technical and legal arena of air accident investigations and aviation law.
In these difficult times our clients have needed help from a specialist aviation law practice that can handle claims on their behalf against the financial might of the airlines, manufacturers and aviation insurers.
We have used our expertise and experience to help hundreds of clients obtain justice and hold those liable to account, to obtain answers on the causes of the accident and to improve flight safety.
Flight safety has been directly improved through increased public awareness and pressure on the airlines and manufacturers. These companies have also been encouraged to improve their practices and procedures as a result of the significant compensation awards that we have achieved for our clients.
Money can never fully compensate victims of air accidents for what they have been through. But financial settlements won for our clients over the last four decades have assisted the victims and their families to move on and rebuild their lives. People who have been severely disabled by their injuries have been able to fund the purchase of appropriate accommodation, equipment and care to cater for their specialised needs. People who have lost a loved one who earned income for the family have been able to put their financial worries behind them and move into a more secure future.
"This is a letter to record our sincere thanks to you and your team for all the help and support you have given us. Without it I do not know how we would have been able to cope. I do not have to tell you how distressing a time it has been, but when I described you elsewhere as a rock that we have been able to lean on and sometimes very heavily, I really meant it."
Robert Dicketts (RAF Nimrod Air Accident 2006)
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