Worcester Airplane Accident Lawyers

While statistics downplay the frequency of airplane or helicopter accidents, the crashes that do occur often result in serious injuries and death. At Sbrogna, Brunelle & Donius, LLP, our attorneys do not shy away from complex cases involving one or multiple victims of catastrophic accidents.

If you or a family member has suffered serious injuries in a plane or helicopter accident, assert your rights to compensation for the negligence of a pilot. Complete our contact form or call us at 508-809-7555 to schedule a free consultation about your case.

Holding Negligent Parties Accountable

With the assistance of industry experts who help us build personal injury and death claims based on facts, we provide the following for injured clients and grieving family members:

  • Combined 100 years of experience
  • Aggressive and effective legal tactics and strategies in advocating for the injured
  • Track record of record-setting recoveries

At Sbrogna, Brunelle & Donius, LLP, the majority of airplane and helicopter accident claims our lawyers handle are the result of pilot or controller errors, or manufacturing or maintenance errors. Poor training or an inadequate amount of flight time results in mistakes and bad decisions. In other cases, defective parts were the cause of a plane crash that has both changed and taken lives.

When you travel in a plane or helicopter, you are placing trust in a pilot who is presumed to be qualified and competent. You assume the aircraft was built and maintained with quality and safety in mind. When pilots, mechanics and aircraft manufacturers fall short of their responsibilities, accidents can happen causing serious issues such as:

Contact Our Attorneys

For more information or to schedule an appointment with our experienced Worcester plane crash attorneys, please contact us by email or phone for a free consultation: 508-809-7555. There will be no fee unless we recover money for you.

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