Need Information from the National Transportation Safety Board?
In 1974, the Independent Safety Board Act created the National Transportation
Safety Board (NTSB) to investigate civil aviation accidents. The NTSB
conducts a thorough investigation to determine the cause of the accident
and discloses as much of this information to the public as possible. Since
its inception, the NTSB has played a significant role in modern commercial
aviation. If you need help with a NTSB-related matter concerning an aviation
accident, we at The Scarlett Law Group can help you obtain the information
you need, such as an accident report from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
The NTSB has the power to do the following when investigating an aviation
- Conduct autopsies
- Test and analyze aircraft parts
- Take testimonies
- Order subpoenas
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San Francisco Aviation Accident Attorneys Handling NSTB Investigations
Under the Freedom of Information Act, the NTSB must disclose as much information
as possible with the public. However, some information, such as medical
records, personnel files, and working files are exempt from disclosure.
Our catastrophic injury firm in San Francisco, CA has experience in handling
investigations involving the NTSB. Should you choose to retain our high-caliber
services, we will seek every avenue possible in order to obtain the information
you need to file an injury claim for yourself or your loved one. We take the
investigation and discovery phase of aviation accident cases very seriously.
Need Representation? Turn to The Scarlett Law Group!
If you need representation for an aviation accident, you need to consult
with our legal team as soon as possible. We can help you get a handle
on this challenging and complex situation, which requires the assistance
of a knowledgeable San Francisco catastrophic injury lawyer. We have more
than 25 years of experience in handling catastrophic accidents such as
Don’t hesitate to give our firm a call today for skilled legal representation.