Aircraft Disaster Cases

Aircraft Disaster Cases: Past Results Of Greenberg Stone & Urbano Miami Commercial Jet Crash Lawsuit Settlements And Verdicts

At Greenberg Stone & Urbano, our South Florida aircraft disaster injury attorneys have extensive experience negotiating cases to settlement as well as carrying cases through to trial, fighting for their clients to the fullest extent possible. Our more than 130 years of combined professional experience certainly provides us with the necessary resources, skill and dedication to offer superior legal representation. The cases listed below are examples of aircraft disaster cases that our law firm has handled in the past.

Defect In Cessna Plane Causes Fatal Small Plane Crash

The aircraft disaster injury attorneys of Greenberg Stone & Urbano obtained a $1.2 million verdict against Cessna Aircraft Company for the wrongful death of a 48-year-old Connecticut man. This man lost his life as a result of product liability — a defect that should never have existed in the first place. But for the defective plane, this man may be alive today.

American Airlines Commercial Jet Crash In Chile

At Greenberg Stone & Urbano, we often enter into settlement negotiations on behalf of clients that are sometimes very confidential. Therefore, some settlement amounts cannot be disclosed. In a case against American Airlines, our South Florida aircraft disaster injury attorneys reached a settlement agreement on behalf of the family of a passenger in a wrongful death case who lost his life as a result of a commercial jet crash in Chile.

1996 ValuJet Crash In The Florida Everglades

Greenberg Stone & Urbano reached a multimillion-dollar settlement in a wrongful death case on behalf of a deceased Florida man who was the victim of a plane crash while on ValuJet Flight 592. This flight was en route from Miami International Airport to Atlanta.

Pan Am Flight 103 Results In Wrongful Death Lawsuit

Our South Florida aircraft disaster injury attorneys reached a large settlement for the survivor of a man who died in a plane crash while on Pan Am Flight 103.

The examples listed above are not always typical, so guarantees cannot be made as to the successful outcome of a case. However, we truly believe our qualifications help us reach positive outcomes for our clients. While many clients choose to settle their claims, others wish to go to trial and allow a jury to decide whether or not a defendant should be held responsible for the injuries or death of someone involved in an aircraft accident.

It is important to keep in mind that at the end of the day, the client makes the decision on how to proceed in his or her case. Our attorneys always respect our clients' wishes and vigorously represent their rights moving forward, no matter how the client wishes to proceed.

Contact The Miami Aircraft Disaster Accident Attorneys Of Greenberg Stone & Urbano Today To Schedule Your Free Consultation!

If you or a loved one has suffered injuries as a result of an aircraft disaster or accident, or you wish to learn more about a loved one who lost his or her life, it is imperative that you consider speaking with a South Florida aircraft disaster accident attorney right away. Aircraft accidents can be extremely difficult to pursue and require the extensive knowledge and experience of highly trained attorneys. At Greenberg Stone & Urbano, we provide our clients with outstanding legal representation that we are proud of. Our law firm has received an "AV" rating from Martindale-Hubbell* and has also been named a Top South Florida Law Firm by the Miami Herald. If you would like to discuss your potential case with one of our South Florida aircraft disaster accident attorneys, contact Greenberg Stone & Urbano today by calling 888-499-9700 or 786-408-8973 to schedule your free consultation. You may also contact us online by visiting our website.

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