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Experience With Air Ambulance Crashes

Some air ambulance operators have had poor or spotty safety records. This is reflected in the reprimands issued by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and investigations into the safety records of air ambulance companies. A 2006 study by the NTSB determined that most air ambulance crashes were avoidable.

At Rapoport Weisberg & Sims P.C. our attorneys represent victims of air ambulance crashes and their families, helping them obtain compensation for their losses. Our cases have involved both helicopters and small jets operating as air ambulances.

Air Ambulance Cases We Have Handled

Our cases have included those arising from:

  • Pilot error
  • Improper management by the air ambulance operator
  • Mechanical and maintenance problems
  • Improper pilot certification

Practical Aviation Experience

Our lawyers are highly knowledgeable about aviation from both technical and legal perspectives; we have handled many high-profile aviation accident cases. One of our attorneys is a former deputy director of the National Transportation Safety Board. We understand the safety, operational and mechanical issues pertaining to aviation crashes of all types, including those involving air ambulances.

Air Ambulance Crash Lawyers Building Your Case

Although our attorneys bring an unusual depth of knowledge to the practice of aviation accident law, we regularly consult with experts to strengthen our cases. We draw upon our network of mechanical specialists, licensing experts and other aviation professionals who add value to our air ambulance cases. We are known for thorough investigations and have been able to uncover administrative, operational and safety violations by air ambulance operators.

For questions about your case, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation. Call 312-445-9160. We are located in Chicago and serve Illinois and the entire United States in any type of airplane crash. You may also review our aviation accident frequently asked questions to learn more.