San Francisco Military Aviation Accident Lawyers
Need to Obtain a Military Accident Investigation Report?
Was your loved one injured in a military crash? It can be difficult to
obtain the information you need to find out exactly what happened and
file for the military benefits your loved one requires. Although the military
will order its own investigation through the Aircraft Accident Review
Board and the Collateral Board, it can be difficult to get the answers
you need due to the confidentiality of these investigations.
In some instances, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and
the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) can also be asked to join the investigative
efforts. When dealing with these boards and associations, you need to
have a reputable law firm such as The Scarlett Law Group as your advocate.
Not sure how to proceed? Find out during a
free consultation. Call (415) 688-2176!
Protecting the Rights of Seriously Injured Military Members
Our San Francisco catastrophic injury lawyers are led by Attorney Randall
H. Scarlett who has
more than 25 years of experience. We have assisted many individuals in the past who needed to take legal
action after a serious military aviation accident. We know how to go through
the proper channels to retrieve the information our clients need in a
timely manner. Our ultimate mission is to protect the rights of the men
and women who bravely serve our country.
We may be able to help you obtain the JAG report related to your military
accident that includes information such as:
- Witness statements
- Investigation reports
- Documented materials
Consult with The Scarlett Law Group About Your Military Aviation Accident
As a law firm that places the needs of its clients first and foremost,
we are ready and willing to take care of all the details of your military
aviation matter. We will inform you of the various options available to
you and guide you through the entire process. You don’t have to
do this on your own.
If you need help with a military accident,
contact our firm without delay.