Plane, train, and bus accidents are among the most difficult personal injury cases to litigate. There are multiple parties involved, venue and jurisdiction can pose a problem—but way beyond that, there is an entire body of law and regulations that govern each type of accident. Anyone handling one of these accidents needs to know what laws apply, how to conduct an investigation, what special issues need to be addressed in discovery, and the practical issues that must be considered when deciding whether or not to take on a case. Explore all aspects of these cases from accident scene to trial.
Summary of ContentsPlane Accidents