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Aircraft Accidents

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Legal Leaders in Aircraft Accidents

Bradley Bayly Legal has extensive experience in conducting claims for clients who have suffered as a result of aircraft accidents or other serious injury by accident. Aircraft accident claims are generally complex and require skilled and experienced lawyers to conduct the legal action.

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Aviation litigation is complex and is best dealt with by an expert.

Brian Bradley has extensive experience in aviation law and in the conduct of claims for aircraft accident victims. People who Brian represents include injured crew and passengers, surviving family members who were dependent on someone killed in an aircraft crash, bystanders who have been physically injured or otherwise affected (eg. by psychological trauma).

Passengers who are injured at airports or in flights, as well as the surviving family members of those killed at airports or in flights need to navigate their way through complex legal issues, rules, sometimes international conventions and different jurisdictions. If we need to start legal action in another country we can manage all this for you as well.

You can claim for your immediate and future pain and suffering as well as income loss you have now, and will have in future. It all depends on what your injuries are so we’ll be able to give you a better idea once we talk to you about exactly what happened.

What can I claim for?

Some of the benefits which you are generally able to claim for up until now and for the future include:

  • medical expenses;
  • loss of income;
  • other financial losses, such as superannuation;
  • pain and suffering;
  • impairment benefits; and
  • death and dependency benefits.

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Aircraft accidents in Australia are governed by a strict two year time limit from the date of the crash in which to lodge a claim. Like with most things, it is often best to act as soon as possible and preferably within 12 months of the aircraft crash.


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Time limits apply for making a claim so please contact us as soon as possible.
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