Investigation and Discovery
We believe the key to winning aviation cases may be contained in two words. Preparation and simplicity. There is nothing enigmatic nor even tremendously overbearing about aeronautics or aeronautical subjects. However, our experience has shown that most people, and consequently most jurors feel baffled by aerospace topics and engineering since this area of expertise surrounds itself in its own language. As a result, aviation cases are often intentionally made complicated and confusing by those seeking to defend negligent and other wrongful accidents resulting in tragedy. Simplicity overcomes subterfuge.
Immediate factual investigation is no less important, however, especially in cases involving the crash of a light aircraft . The accumulation and preservation of evidence (especially before destructive testing occurs), is of absolute importance.
If you or someone you know has been injured as the result of an airplane crash, you need the assistance of the Scarlett Law Group. Call (415) 688-2176 today to speak with a California Personal Injury Attorney.