Fresno Aviation Accident Attorneys
While aviation accidents are a rare occurrence, they can cause serious damage, injury, and death. Most plane and helicopter crashes and other injuries from aviation accidents occur because of some external fault including defective products, miscommunication with airport crews, and improperly trained pilots. While medical attention should always be your primary concern, it is equally important that you contact an experienced Fresno aviation accident lawyer after an accident.
The law offices of BISNAR CHASE are experienced in plane and helicopter accidents throughout California. We have particular knowledge working as Fresno aviation accident lawyers and can handle cases throughout the entire Central Valley region.
If you or a loved one has been involved in an aviation accident, please contact our offices immediately for a free consultation.
Because aviation law in California is so complex and is always changing, it is important that you contact a law firm which has experience in aviation litigation. Our offices handle cases stemming from general aviation, commercial aviation and helicopter aviation as well. Our Fresno aviation accident attorneys cover aircraft design problems, faulty parts, testing issues, and improper pilot training. We are interested in any and all aviation cases including airline crashes, helicopter accidents, accidents at airports and small craft accidents.
Statute of Limitations for filing an aviation accident claim:
It is important to contact a Fresno aviation accident attorney as soon after the accident as possible. California has several time limits in place which make it necessary to file a legal claim in a certain amount of time. If a person waits too long to file a claim their case may be thrown out even if the evidence of guilt is overwhelming.
It is important not to sign or agree to any settlement before seeking legal consultation.
If you or someone you love has been involved in an aviation related accident, it is important not to sign or agree to any settlement before contacting our firm and receiving advice from a skilled lawyer. Often, insurance agencies, lawyers for the other parties involved and others will try to take advantage of an emotionally charged situation and force the innocent parties to settle for far less than they deserve. Our Fresno helicopter and plane accident lawyers will fight for everything that you are owed and nothing less.
Our no-win, no-fee policy:
Our office handles most aviation accident claims on a contingent basis. A contingent basis means that we will not get paid if we do not win your case. Our payment comes from a predetermined percentage of your total award only. There are never any concealed fees and we are one of the most respected law firms in Southern California.
If you are a pilot, passenger, airport staff member, or innocent bystander who has been injured or involved in an aviation accident in the Fresno area do not hesitate to contact BISNAR CHASE immediately. The attorneys and staff at our office will give you one of the most professional and respected aviation legal teams available.
Fresno Aviation Accident Lawyers Disclaimer: The Fresno aviation accident, airplane crash, plane crash, aviation law, or other Fresno legal information presented at this site should not be construed to be formal legal advice nor the formation of a lawyer or attorney client relationship. Any results set forth here were dependent on the facts of that case and the results will differ from case to case. Please contact a Fresno plane crash attorney or aviation accident lawyer at our law offices. This web site is not intended to solicit clients for matters outside of the State of California, although we have relationships with attorneys and law firms in states throughout the United States. The lawyer responsible for this website is John Bisnar.
The Riverside Personal Injury Attorneys at Bisnar Chase are licensed to practice in California, Nevada, Washington and New York. We represent Fresno Personal injury clients in other states through our associations with local law firms. Through the local firm, we will be admitted to practice law in their State, "pro hac vice", meaning "for this particular occasion". When in our client's best interest, we employ the local law firm (at no additional cost to our client) to assist us with routine court appearances and discovery proceedings to more efficiently pursue our client's cause.