Airplane Engine Defect
While flying in an airplane, the last thing that a passenger should have to worry about is that the plane itself will become a source of unavoidable danger. But in the complex mechanical and physical workings of modern aircraft, there is a seemingly endless array of things that could potentially go wrong in the midst of any given flight. One of the most troubling possible defects is one which affects the ability of an airplane engine to function properly. The engine plays a vital role in take off and during flight, and any compromise of its capacities endangers the safety of all who are on board or on the ground.
If you or your loved one has been injured in an airplane accident, it is possible that an airplane defect or malfunction may have played a role in the event and you may be able to file a legal action against the responsible parties.
Contact the Des Moines airplane engine defect lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. at (515) 705-0233 to speak with a skilled and experienced attorney about your case.
The financial compensation that you may be able to gain through a successful lawsuit will depend largely upon the specific circumstances surrounding your individual aviation accident in addition to the negative effects that it had upon your life. Some of the potentially recoverable damages that you may obtain with a persuasive case include:
- Medical bills
- Physical pain and suffering
- Mental anguish
- Lost wages (including projected future income lost due to injury)
In addition to winning compensation for your injuries, a successful legal action can also bring attention to dangerous and negligent practices among airline mechanics and workers, and can encourage others in this industry to put forth the requisite amount of work to prevent similar accidents from happening in the future.
The Des Moines commercial airliner accident lawyers of LaMarca Law Group, P.C. are devoted to protecting the legal rights and financial interests of those whose lives are affected by aviation accidents.
Contact us today at (515) 705-0233 to learn more about your legal options.