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Aviation Accident Attorneys in Kansas City

Competent Legal Advocacy for Complicated Airplane Accident Claims

If you have been involved in an aviation-related accident, be sure to contact us to learn about your legal rights. We have worked on many aviation cases and have extensive experience with all of these matters and are also well connected to trusted experts that can help you.

As plane accident attorneys in Kansas City, we are highly experienced with these matters. We can offer you fierce representation that can fully protect all of your rights. Whether driver error, malfunctioning equipment, or another instance of negligence caused the plane accident that harmed you, we are here to get you the compensation you deserve.

Contact Presley & Presley, LLC at (855) 981-6116.

What to Look For in an Aviation Claim Attorney

If you’re considering filing a personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit after an aviation accident, you need an attorney with a couple of major qualifications. A history of success in aviation claims. Because of the complex nature of aviation claims, you need an attorney who knows what to look for, where to look for precedent, and how to present a case.

A team of expert witnesses. Many different fields of expertise go into building a case for an aviation claim, including accident reconstruction, metallurgy, avionics and beyond. You need an attorney with good relationships with experts in all potential fields in order to build the best case for your claim.

Our Kansas City aviation accident lawyer, Kirk Presley, has decades of nationwide trial experience representing clients involved in plane accident cases. As an example, Kirk Presley served as lead discovery counsel for one of our clients who won a $12,000,000 settlement following a LifeNet helicopter crash in Clay County, Missouri, after the helicopter ran out of fuel while the pilot was texting during flight.

Investigating the Cause of Your Aviation Accident

Investigating airplane and helicopter crashes can be very complicated because private aircraft usually do not have “black boxes.” Adding to the complex nature of these cases is the fact that experts in avionics, metallurgy, accident reconstruction and other technical areas, are usually necessary. Our firm not only has experience representing clients in these cases, but also has access to a variety of aviation experts who understand the complexities of the aircraft involved.

We have represented clients who have experienced unfortunate situations regarding an aircraft including:

  • Defective equipment
  • Defective design
  • Negligent maintenance or repair
  • In-flight instrument or avionics failure
  • Pilot error
  • Fueling errors

Help for the Injured of Helicopter Accidents

At Presley & Presley, LLC we also can represent the victims of helicopter accidents. If a negligent individual caused an unsafe situation that resulted in an accident, please tell our Kansas City helicopter accident lawyers about the details. Whether you were injured by a defective piece of equipment, by a pilot's poor conduct, failure to follow protocol, or another dangerous situation, you may be entitled to compensation. Furthermore, if you lost a loved one in a helicopter crash or accident, our team can assist you with seeking justice. We can help you become aware of all of your options and rights when you call our firm today.

Call (855) 981-6116 to schedule a free consultation with our Kansas City aviation accident attorneys at Presley & Presley, LLC.

Recent Case Victories

Getting the Results Our Clients Need
  • Carbon Monoxide Death $30,000,000
  • Insurance Bad Faith Case $16,300,000
  • Car Accident Settlement $15,000,000
  • Power Plant Explosion $12,000,000
  • Helicopter Crash $12,000,000
  • Bad Faith Lawsuit Verdict $11,000,000
  • Plane Crash Settlement $9,200,000
  • Tractor Trailer Crash Verdict $5,250,000
  • Insurance Bad Faith Settlement $3,825,000
  • Spinal Cord Injury Verdict $3,200,000