Aviation Accidents

Personal Injury

Airplane accidents can be traumatic and life-altering, and our experienced legal team is here to guide you through the legal process and fight for your rights.

Facts and Statistics

Airplane accidents, although relatively rare, can have devastating consequences. Here are some important facts and statistics regarding these accidents:



Airplane accidents occur infrequently compared to other modes of transportation. Commercial aviation has an exceptional safety record, and the chances of being involved in an airplane accident are statistically low. According to the International Air Transport Association (IATA), there were five fatal accidents in 2022 among 32.2 million flights.


Private aircrafts have a higher accident rate. On average, private aviation has about 19 fatal accidents per year.


The consequences can be severe when airplane accidents occur due to the high speeds and altitudes involved. While most accidents are minor, a small percentage may result in serious injuries or fatalities.


Airplane accidents can be caused by a variety of factors, including human error, mechanical failures, design flaws, weather conditions, or a combination of these factors. Determining the cause of an accident is a crucial step in establishing liability.

How to Proceed When Involved or Hurt in an Aviation Accident 

If you have been involved in an airplane accident, it is essential to take the following steps to protect your rights and ensure you receive the compensation you deserve:

Seek medical attention

Your health and well-being should be your top priority. If you or someone else has been injured, seek immediate medical attention. Even if you don’t have visible injuries, it is advisable to undergo a medical examination to identify any underlying health issues resulting from the accident.

Document the scene

If possible, gather evidence at the accident scene. Take photographs of the wreckage, injuries, and any other relevant details. If there were witnesses, obtain their contact information. These pieces of evidence can be crucial in establishing liability later on.

Preserve evidence

Preserve evidence: Keep all relevant documents, such as boarding passes, tickets, medical records, and any correspondence with the airline or insurance companies. These documents will support your claim and help build a strong case.

Call us at

(954) 664-0339

We will guide you through the legal process, help you understand your rights, file a claim, and pursue compensation for your injuries, medical expenses, lost wages, and other damages. Also, we will deal with every piece of paperwork.

How Can We Support You?

At Christina Kalin Law Office, you will have the support of a professional personal injury team that will work to ensure you receive the best possible compensation. We will also refer you to a top-quality medical provider to guarantee that your recovery is in the best hands.


Your rights are our priority.

Contact us today, and we will review your case for free.


Please note that every personal injury case is unique; therefore, the information provided here is for general guidance only and should not be considered legal advice. For personalized advice, call us, and we will ensure you have the precise information for your case.