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At Nurenberg Paris, we want to keep you informed. Our blog posts contain up to date articles and information that can be helpful in preventing accidents. We also discuss how to handle a personal injury or accident if it happens to you or your family! Our clients health and safety always comes first!

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20, 2019

Aircraft Sensor Defects May Be to Blame for 737 Max Crash

Aviation Accident

Contact an Ohio aviation accident attorney today at (216) 406-1058. The investigation of the tragic crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 is in its earliest phases, but preliminary data recovered from the Boeing 737 Max involved in the crash already indicates disturbing similarities with the Oct. 29, 2018, crash of Lion Air Flight 610, also involving […]


15, 2015

What Is The NTSB?

Aviation Accident

Listen to Jamie R. Lebovitz, Partner at Nurenberg Paris, explain the role of the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). They investigate all major accidents involving airplanes, buses, trains, and other vehicles.


25, 2015

What To Do If You Spot A Dangerous Pothole

Other Accidents

SPRING HAS ARRIVED! And with Spring comes potholes. Most often, potholes are merely nuisances, but imagine what happens when a truck is on a two lane undivided highway and strikes a deep pothole. Often the truck driver will lose control, cross the center line and if a vehicle is in the other lane, a violent […]


24, 2014

Is Skydiving Safe?

Personal Injury

The pilot of a Cessna 170B and a skydiver escaped a spectacular collision with minor injuries on Saturday at South Lakeland Airport in Florida. The pilot of the 170B, Sharon Trembley, 87, a World War II veteran, was taking off on his third touch-and-go that morning just as a 49-year-old skydiver, John Frost, was landing. […]


17, 2014

Trouble with Boeing’s 787 Airplane

Featured Articles

Boeing’s newest commercial airplane, the 787, has been plagued with problems ever since it was launched two years ago. After many years of production problems, there were a number of fires(fortunately no crashes or fatalities) caused by lithium ion batteries which are being used for the first time in passenger aircraft. The entire fleet was […]