The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has 21 en route centers that control aircraft flying through United States airspace. These air traffic control centers monitor and track the nearly 7,000 aircraft that fly over the nation at all different times of the day. Using radars, the centers safely guide planes at high altitudes through the air each day.
The United States has the most up-to-date technology and equipment and has the safest air traffic control system; however, mid-air collisions—although less common—do occur and usually result in tragedy.
If you’ve lost a loved one in a mid-air plane crash, the aviation accident lawyers at Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy are here for you. You don’t have to face this alone. Call (888) 900-6075 or fill out a free initial consultation form.
Making Air Traffic Safer
Even with people, procedures, and monitoring systems in place, a mid-air collision can result from a number of situations, including:
- communication errors,
- malfunctioning or defective aircraft equipment,
- poor weather conditions,
- and technological issues.
When an accident like this occurs, the responsible parties should be held accountable for their reckless actions. At Nurenberg Paris, our plane crash lawyers are dedicated to keeping the air traffic system as safe as possible.
Our firm has more than 85 years of experience protecting victims’ rights, both in and out of the courtroom. Our aviation accident attorneys are comfortable trying cases—we do our research, and we’re thorough in our investigations. Let us help with your claim.