Boeing Plane Crash Accidents

Was Your Family Impacted by a Plane Crash? Our Attorneys Are Here To Help

Hundreds of families are now mourning the loss of their loved ones because of the fatal Boeing 737 Max 8 plane crashes. Now that these crashes have received ample public attention, the faulty sensors and software installed in these Boeing aircraft have been identified as being the source of the crashes.

The company has expressed their condolences to those left grieving, however, is this enough? The Boeing 737 Max 8 plane crashes were the product of continued negligence and carelessness by Boeing and potentially by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

If someone you love was involved in a Boeing 737 Max 8 crash, our team at Frantz Law Group is prepared to help. Call us now or contact us online.

About the Boeing Plane Incidents

Two brand new Boeing 737 Max 8 planes crashed in flight within months of each other, in total killing nearly 300 people. After the Indonesian Lion Air crash, Boeing tried to address the issue internally and ultimately failed to acknowledge any issue to the public—endangering all who continued to fly on this faulty aircraft. However, investigations have since determined that the crashes were most likely caused by defective software and sensors.

Software Issues and Training Problems

The Boeing plane issues were ultimately caused by an automated system design flaw, which was originally created to avoid stalling in aircraft under certain conditions. However, most pilots state they were unaware of the new software, which means they would be unable to identify the problem mid-flight in an emergency. Rosemount Aerospace Inc. was responsible for developing these flight control systems, known as the MCAS, Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System.

Additionally, some research suggests that Boeing had the ability to install warning lights associated with the software, but stipulated additional costs for this feature; . This additional feature could have enabled pilots to identify the issue.. Their attempt to profit from safety features that should have been included standard is just one example of Boeing’s decision to prioritize profit over safety.

Why Choose Frantz Law Group?

At our firm, each and every one of our lawyers is passionate about fighting for the rights of our injured victims and their families. We understand how difficult it is to deal with legally complex situations following the death of a loved one, which is why we want to take the brunt of the work out of your hands so that you can focus on what’s important—healing.

Our team has more than 126 years of combined legal experience at our disposal, and we’ve achieved numerous successful case results during our time in practice. We provide honest advice and we’re committed to keeping our clients informed throughout each step of the legal process. Whatever you’re going through, we’re prepared to provide you with the steadfast legal support you need.

Ready to get started? Call our Boeing plane crash attorneys at (855) 930-2626 today or reach out to us online.

Know Your Legal Rights

Boeing having knowledge of the potential faulty software and sensors following the Indonesian Lions Air crash chose to keep the issue quiet in an effort to keep 737 Max 8 aircrafts in the air, thus maintaining their profits However, their decision to keep their planes airborne ultimately cost nearly 300 people their lives.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a new “oversight strategy,” which leaves many of the aviation companies, including Boeing, to police their own safety features. In other words, companies like Boeing are responsible for their own safety checks and design decisions, which is one of the many reasons this faulty software program was able to make It through inspection.

Although the company has expressed sympathies and condolences for the crash, hundreds of families are left mourning the loss of:

  • Their parents
  • Siblings
  • Children
  • Spouses
  • Friends

If you or someone you know has lost a family member on any of the Boeing plane crashes, you have a right to seek justice.

Recovering from the sudden loss of a loved one is never easy, especially if that loss is preventable or was caused by negligence. While victims of these 737 Max 8 crashes were from all over the globe, Boeing is an American company.

These lawsuits should be heard in the United States. If cases are outside of the U.S., the families of the deceased are less likely to receive fair compensation, and Boeing knows that. Boeing employees have also been pressuring victim’s families into signing a release form, which gives small amount of compensation, and relinquishing their rights to sue Boeing.

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Let Us Help You Fight for Justice and Compensation

At Frantz Law Group, APLC, we’re prepared to fight for your rights in and out of court. If you’ve lost someone you love due to Boeing’s negligence, you have a right to pursue legal action against their company.

We want to help you seek compensation for the damages you’ve experienced. Our firm is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and we want to help you pursue justice.

Contact Frantz Law Group, APLC to discuss your potential Boeing plane crash case with our attorneys.

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