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What is Aviation Law?
The term “Aviation law” is an all inclusive term. On the face of it, it regulates all aspects of air travel, aircrafts and their business and legal concerns, but the law is far more complicated than this. Its various aspects overlap with international and admiralty laws. Although the relevant federal laws overrule state laws, there still may be overlapping in some areas. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) remains the main regulator of all aspects of civil aviation in the country. Space Law, relating to the legal matters of the outer space is one of the many new manifestations and a major example of aviation laws ever increasing development and evolution. This complicated field of law demands hiring a very experienced professional, should you ever feel the need to file a law suit in this legal area.
Types of Aviation Accidents
There are various types of aviation accidents which may have caused you or your loved one injury. These accidents usually take place when an aircraft suffers from electrical, engineering and/or mechanical failure, radar malfunctions, pilot negligence, bird hazards, inclement weather, emergency landing, takeoff accidents, defective landing gear, and descent and landing accidents. Good Aviation Lawyers may help you receive damages and compensation for the pain and suffering, lost income and medical expenses that you may incur as a result of aviation accidents. You need not suffer for someone else’s negligence and competent Aviation Lawyers will be able to properly establish your claim against the negligent party.
Why hire Aviation Lawyers?
An Aviation Law related case may fall under the American laws of Air Commerce Act of 1926, Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, Federal Aviation Act of 1958, Airport and Airway Development Act of 1970, Airline Deregulation Act of 1978, and the Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001. Depending upon the facts of the case, it may also involve international Aviation Laws. Since professional Aviation Lawyers are well-versed in both, they may be able to properly handle the peculiarities of your case and present them to the court. This may ultimately enable you to receive the compensation and damages that you rightfully deserve under both the domestic and international laws.