THE GOVERNMENT'S AIR CRASH INVESTIGATION IS NOT
SUFFICIENT FOR THE VICTIMS OF THE CRASHES!
When an air crash disaster strikes, the National Transportation Safety Board
(NTSB) and/or the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) aircraft accident investigators go to the site of the accident and
conduct an accident site and wreckage examination, commonly assisted by representatives of the aircraft manufacturer, engine
manufacturer, subcomponent manufacturers or other technically oriented people whose employers may be target defendants by
the victims of the tragedy. The FAA and NTSB do not investigate aircraft crashes for purposes of providing evidence in court
for the victims of the crash. The victims' legal representatives perform that function, as well as suing the responsible party
to obtain full, fair and adequate compensation for the innocent injured victims and the families of the victims killed in
the crash. It is important for the victims to obtain their own attorney representative(s) who will work with technical representatives
and investigators with the goal of assisting the victims of the crash. The government investigators have a goal of determining
the "Probable Cause" of the crash for purposes of attempting to avoid future mishaps caused by the same thing. The victims'
AIRLAWYER must prove to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty the cause of the crash, and that each injury sustained
by the victim was proximately caused by the crash, and not by some other event or condition. It is a heavy burden of proof
to sustain. The NTSB and FAA do not have a goal of proving the ACTUAL CAUSE of the crash, but merely the Probable Cause of
the air crash disaster.
AIR CRASH VICTIMS NEED AN EXPERIENCED AVIATION ATTORNEY.
The victim is well advised to retain
an attorney such as Attorney Richard H. French, Jr., the AIRLAWYER, a highly skilled, highly trained and experienced air crash
litigation attorney who is capable and willing to represent the innocent victim of the tragedy against the people or companies
that caused the preventable tragedy and who must compensate the victim(s) and their families under our system of aviation
litigation laws in the United States of America.
MOST LAYWERS ARE NOT AVIATION LAW EXPERTS; RICK FRENCH IS AN AVIATION
Few attorneys consistently spend much of their time in aircraft accident wrongful death, personal injury and
damages investigation, discovery and litigation, defense of FAA-licensed airman certificate holders (such as pilots and aircraft