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Our Tennessee Personal Injury Lawyers Have Experience Handling Aviation Accidents

If a client comes to you with a Tennessee aviation accident case that you aren’t able to take on, refer them to GriffithLaw to help ensure they get the help they need. When you refer a client who has been injured in an aviation accident to GriffithLaw, you can be confident that they’ll receive representation from skilled personal injury attorneys who have experience helping aviation accident victims. We know how to investigate an aviation accident and will work diligently to help any client you refer to us obtain the full compensation they deserve.

The Unique Challenge of Aviation Law Cases

Aviation law cases can be complex and hard-fought. Airlines are focused on avoiding both liability and bad headlines to the fullest extent possible. This kind of case often involves going up against an airline and their attorneys, who are focused on protecting their client at all costs.

Handling aviation accident cases requires specialized knowledge of aviation law, which is not something that every personal injury attorney has. If you don’t have that kind of experience or your caseload is too heavy to tackle an aviation lawsuit, it makes sense to refer this kind of case to a law firm that includes aviation law among its primary practice areas. That’s where Griffith Law can help.

It's not unusual for a lawyer to refer aviation injury cases to other attorneys, especially when another lawyer may be better situated to handle the case based on their own experience in the area. Often, this course of action is the most prudent thing for your client, and it can also help you meet your own professional obligations.

Common Causes of Aviation Accidents

Aviation accidents can occur during any part of a flight or on any type of aircraft, including planes operated by commercial airlines, private planes, or helicopters. Many things can happen during a flight that can injure a passenger, including:

Regardless of what kind of aircraft your client was injured on or how the injury occurred, the knowledgeable aviation accident attorneys at GriffithLaw will work diligently to help ensure they receive the compensation to which they are entitled.

What to Expect When You Refer an Aviation Case to GriffithLaw

GriffithLaw is positioned to provide legal services to your clients who have been injured in aviation accidents. We understand that your professional reputation is on the line when you refer a case to another attorney. We are committed to doing everything in our power to live up to the trust that you have placed in us. You and the client you refer can expect us to:

  • Investigate the cause of the accident and identify the parties who could have been negligent or otherwise at fault
  • Collect and organize evidence that your client needs in order to prove that someone else should be held accountable for the accident
  • Estimate the value of your client's damages to know how much they should seek in compensation
  • Utilize the discovery process to build a solid case for the client
  • File a claim or lawsuit on the client’s behalf
  • Negotiate a settlement on your client’s behalf or try the case in court

Referring an Aviation Accident Case to GriffithLaw

Aviation accident cases require an attorney with experience in this particular aspect of law. Our founding attorney, John Griffith, is a licensed pilot, so he brings a unique perspective to aviation injury cases. At GriffithLaw, we are qualified to take on personal injury cases involving aviation accidents, and we’re happy to work with clients you refer to us.

You can bring our team in to handle your client’s case at any point during the legal process. Whether you refer your client to us from the very beginning or if you start to handle the case and then decide later on to refer the case to us, we will fight to get them the compensation they deserve. Feel free to contact us to discuss the case at any time, so you can see for yourself the benefits of referring clients with aviation accident cases to GriffithLaw.