March 21st, 2014|
Mystery still shrouds the location of missing Malaysian Airlines Flight 307, and as more time goes by, the list of theories as to what happened continues to grow. Aviation Accident Attorney Jamie Lebovitz, with the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy, has more than two decades of experience in some of the most prominent air disasters the world has seen. He recently offered his thoughts on the situation.
In an interview from WKYC 3 News, Mr. Lebovitz was asked to comment on the idea that a fire onboard the aircraft may be to blame for the plane’s disappearance. He explains this is highly unlikely, considering the wires used in manufacturing aircraft are designed to extinguish if ignited. Instead, he believes the diversion off course that occurred an estimated 20 minutes before loss of communication indicates that the pilots—or other parties who were able to gain access to the cockpit and incapacitate the crew—were responsible for making the turn.
Until more evidence is discovered, only speculations can be made as to what happened to the aircraft, as well as its crew and passengers. That is why the Commercial Aviation Accident attorneys with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy encourage readers to follow the latest information on this developing story by regularly checking our website and social media outlets.