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Alaska Plane Accident Lawyer

Aviation is a way of life in Alaska. Most people of Alaska travel on a regular basis in airplanes. Commercial airplanes, chartered flights, or private aircraft are all a part of our life in Alaska. While flying can be a safe way to travel, aircraft accidents can be serious or even deadly.

Many airplane accidents are the result of pilot negligence. When a pilot of an aircraft does not use reasonable care, he is responsible for the injuries or deaths he causes. But, other accidents can be the result of airline negligence, equipment malfunctions or even defective aircraft design. Early and competent investigation of aviation accidents is very important.

You need an experienced attorney to sort through all of the issues involved in an aviation accident.

I have lived and practiced law in Alaska for over 30 years, and have a depth of experience in all types of complex litigation, including plane crash cases. If you have survived an aviation accident or lost a family member to one, I can handle your lawsuit for damages.

Call the Law Office of Gregory J. Grebe at 1-800-490-3946 to discuss personal injury and wrongful death litigation stemming from a plane crash. Based in Anchorage, I represent clients all over Alaska.

Plane Crash Cases in Alaska

Sometimes, insurance coverage is limited. In addition to fault on the part of the air taxi operator, I will look at every possible source of additional coverage, investigating whether liability for the crash can be attributed to other circumstances, including:

  • Ground control errors
  • Poor maintenance
  • Product liability of the aircraft manufacturer
  • Conduct of a passenger

My investigation will include a review of the National Transportation Safety Board's review of the crash. I may be able to interview witnesses and passengers, and even consider the terrain to understand what may have happened.

Contact an Anchorage Plane Crash Lawyer Today

A plane crash is traumatic for those who survive, and devastating for families who have lost a loved one. After a crash, a complete investigation is conducted by the NTSB. Because the NTSB typically takes a year or more to complete its investigation, victims are left in limbo and may incur financial hardships and anxieties about the future. I do everything I can to help clients through the process. My firm also incurs the costs of hiring aviation experts who can help demonstrate liability to the satisfaction of an insurance company or a jury. There are no attorney fees unless I prevail on your behalf.

Contact my Anchorage office at 1-800-490-3946 to arrange a free initial consultation. I make home and hospital visits, and offer after-hours appointments in my office.

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