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Airplane Accidents

Suthers & Harper represents clients who have suffered personal injuries or lost loved ones in aviation accidents in Georgia and South Carolina. We handle commercial as well as private flight cases, including accidents with both airplanes and helicopters. Thanks to federal aviation regulations, we know that many factors, together or individually, can cause aviation crashes, including:

  • Equipment Problems
  • Violations of the Law
  • Mistakes by Pilots or Crew
  • Defects in Equipment or Aircraft
  • Negligence by Workers at Flight Service Stations
  • Carelessness in Selecting a Third-Party Carrier
  • Mistakes by Air Traffic Controllers

Experience matters in aircraft accident cases. Frequently, success hinges on a thorough understanding of all of the different factors in the accident and how they interacted to cause a crash. Human decisions, weather and equipment can all play a role. A good understanding of state and federal aviation laws also matters, especially in cases involving aircraft that crossed state borders.

If you were injured or lost a loved one in an aviation accident, Suthers & Harper would like to help. To tell us about your case and learn more about your legal options, please contact us today for a FREE consultation at 1.800.320.2384 or contact us online through our confidential evaluation form.

Client Reviews
“Losing my dad was the hardest thing I've ever had to deal with in my life, especially the way I lost him, but I called Adam and Suthers and they made everything I was going through a little easier. I want to thank them from the bottom of my heart.” D.F.
“Top Professionals...highly credentialed legal firm...they will get you the compensation that you need and deserve...” G.M.
“Mr. Suthers was a Southern gentleman of highest quality. He was kind and thoughtful when I needed it most.” Anonymous