Experienced Attorney Helping People Get Answers After a Sightseeing Aircraft Crash

When you trust a sightseeing tour operator to protect you and your family members, you deserve to have that trust repaid with diligence and care.

If you’ve been injured or lost a loved one in a sightseeing tour crash, you should speak to a lawyer like Falk & Falk injury law firm about your rights as soon as possible. I’m Jim Pokorny, an experienced trial attorney and licensed pilot with long experience helping people in San Diego and the surrounding areas pursue the results they deserve. Contact me to discuss how I can help you.

Holding Profit-Driven Companies Accountable

The prospect of touring a scenic area in a small airplane, hot air balloon, or helicopter is appealing to many people. When these tours are managed responsibly, they can be a source of adventure, fun, and a memorable experience.

Unfortunately, some unscrupulous sightseeing tour companies hire inexperienced pilots or perform inadequate maintenance on their aircraft in order to cut costs and increase their profits. These negligent actions can cause serious and fatal sightseeing aircraft crash accidents.

Every case is different, but if your injuries or the loss of your loved one were caused by tour company negligence, an experienced lawyer can help you hold the company accountable, get the answers you deserve, and perhaps prevent future tour crash tragedies.

Rigorously Investigating the Causes of Crashes

As an attorney devoting a large portion of my practice to aviation accident cases, I have represented clients nationwide in multiple cases involving airplane and helicopter crashes on sightseeing tours. I carefully investigate every case based on my substantial background knowledge of aviation technology and policy.

If you need help pursuing compensation for a sightseeing tour accident, don’t hesitate to Contact me in San Diego, California, to discuss your options for a personal injury or wrongful death claim.

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