Veterans who served between 2003 to 2015, used 3M military issued earplugs and suffered hearing loss or tinnitus may be entitled to money damages.
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U.S. military servicemembers, who suffered injuries from certain terrorist-backed devices between 2003 and 2011 may be entitled compensation.
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New Mexico and Arizona Plane Crash Attorneys

Pay No Fee for Representation Unless You Win Your Case!

With an accident survival rate of 97.5%*, air travel is considered to be one of the safest modes of transportation.  Even so, when a plane crash occurs personal injuries are generally more severe and life-altering than other transportation related accidents.

If you or a loved one is hurt in a plane crash, we strongly encourage you to contact an plane crash injury attorney immediately.  They will be able to step in and look after your best interests to help ensure you get the medical care you need for your injuries and any compensation that you may be entitled to.

Contact a Lerner and Rowe Injury Attorneys’ plane crash lawyer in Arizona or New Mexico today by calling toll-free 844-977-1900, or submit a free and confidential case review form online.

Injured in a Plane Crash?

The seriousness of injuries and the potential of multiple parties being at fault can make plane crash injury claims more complex and time consuming than other personal injury cases.  Serious and life altering injuries you may face after a plane crash include:

Our lawyers and legal support team will help you as long as needed to get you the best possible results.  You also won’t pay us a fee, unless you win your case.

Contact Our Plane Crash Injury Attorney Today!

Please contact our personal injury law offices in Arizona or New Mexico today if injured or killed in a plane crash.  Just submit an online case review form located in the upper left corner, or call 844-977-1900 today. Our support staff and plane crash lawyers have availability 24/7. We also prepare to protect your rights as a plane crash victim.

*Source: National Transportation Safety Board released a report stating that since 1983, the passenger survival rate of plane crashes is 95.7%.