A small plane crashed in Woodruff, Wisconsin, killing a mother of six children and her husband, passengers on the plane. Our airplane crash attorneys obtained a policy limits settlement for the family.
A small charter fishing plane crashed in a remote area of Canada carrying four friends on August 24, 2002. A 41-year-old business executive from Geneva, Illinois, was killed. Clifford Law Offices represented his family and obtained a $4.2 million settlement.
Aviation Accident lawyer Richard Burke obtained a $6.8 million verdict as a result of the crash of a Piper aircraft in northwest suburban Schaumburg, Illinois on behalf of a Plainfield woman who suffered injuries as a passenger when the plane ran out of gas. The National Law Journal recognized this success as the "Verdict of the Week" in May 2002.
Alaska Air Flight 261 crashed into the Pacific Ocean in 2000 carrying 88 passengers, many home-bound for Seattle from sunny Puerto Vallarta. We represented seven families who lost loved ones. Aviation attorney Kevin Durkin deposed more than 80 people, including airline executives and aviation experts, over three years to determine the cause of the crash - the airplane's jackscrew system. Even though the National Transportation...