Aviation Accident

UH-60 Black Hawk Helicopter Tragic Crash

by NPHM | November 20th, 2020

On Thursday, November 12, 20202, eight international peacekeepers, including six Americans, lost their lives serving our country during a reconnaissance mission when their UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed in Egypt’s Sinai Peninsula. There was one survivor, an American, who has been hospitalized in serious condition. While the crash investigation is in its early stages, preliminary […]

Aircraft Sensor Defects May Be to Blame for 737 Max Crash

by Jamie R. Lebovitz | March 20th, 2019

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 […]

National Aviation Attorney Jamie Lebovitz Weighs in On Recent Boeing Crashes, Expressed Immediate Concern After First Crash About All 737-800 Max Aircraft

by NPHM | March 18th, 2019

Contact an Ohio aviation accident attorney today at (216) 406-1058. The second deadly crash of a 737 Max jetliner occurred when Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 went down shortly after takeoff, taking the lives of all 157 passengers. Just five months prior, a Lion Air 737 Max jet had a similar fate when it crashed into the […]

FAA Investigates Boeing’s Emergency Evacuation Slides

by Jamie R. Lebovitz | February 4th, 2016

Commercial airlines are required by law to use the highest degree of care in providing safe transportation to their passengers. This means not only safely transporting a passenger from point “A” to point “B”, but also, in the event of an emergency, making certain that all evacuation slides are in excellent working order and will perform as […]

NTSB Preliminary Report Released on Akron Aviation Crash

by Jamie R. Lebovitz | November 18th, 2015

The NTSB has released its preliminary investigation report on the Raytheon Hawker aircraft that crashed in Akron, Ohio on November 10, 2015. Given that this tragic crash occurred just one week ago, the report contains limited information about the cause or causes of the crash. It will be at least one year before the NTSB […]

Individuals Operating Aircraft Without Appropriate Licensing A Growing Concern

by Jamie R. Lebovitz | October 1st, 2015

Much attention in the media in recent months has been on the proliferation of ‘Drones’ which pose serious safety hazards for aircraft as well as people on the ground. While the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is exploring rules and regulations to control what could otherwise be a growing danger, there are individuals who operate aircraft without appropriate […]

Sleeping Air Traffic Controllers

by Staff | August 14th, 2015

Just this week the FAA posted a study showing that the work schedules of air traffic controllers lead to chronic fatigue, making them less alert and endangering the safety of the flying public. The study, authored in December, 2012, was kept secret by the FAA for years. It was only until the Associated Press made […]

What Is The NTSB?

by Jamie R. Lebovitz | May 15th, 2015

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.

Why Do Planes Have to Be De-Iced?

by Staff | March 3rd, 2015

National aviation attorney, Jamie Lebovitz, explains why it is important that airplanes are de-iced before travel.

Virgin Galactic Crash Highlights Risks of Commercial Space Travel

by | November 20th, 2014

Airplanes are capable of taking us nearly anywhere we want to go on Earth. But soon, you may be able to travel beyond our planet. One company is working to develop an aircraft capable of flying in outer space. But the new technology is facing some public scrutiny after a crash during a test flight […]