It’s important to understand your rights under international law to ensure that you are fully compensated for your losses. Our attorneys are experienced with international aviation disaster litigation and we provide free answers to the questions you might have regarding your case.
While litigation will be based in Chicago, you are not required to be a resident of Illinois or even a United States Citizen to recover compensation for your losses.
Our team will investigate the events that surrounded the airplane crash, uncover all potential defendants, and pursue every avenue available to recover compensation from all liable parties.
We understand how important it is that you feel confident about your choice of attorneys - especially in a case that could result in substantial recovery. We provide free, no obligation consultations so you can feel good about moving forward with our team.
Preliminary investigations into the recent Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplane crashes indicate that multiple entities may be at fault for the accidents. Boeing may be able to be held liable for faulty software, airlines may be liable for failing to ensure the pilots were properly trained, and a variety of other types of liability may come into play. As a result, significant amounts of financial compensation may be available to victims families.
The Montreal Convention governs the circumstances in which international travelers and surviving family members can pursue damages after an aircraft accident. In the Ethiopian Airlines flight 302 and the Lion Air flight 610 crashes, local laws as well as the laws of the United States may apply.