Miami Aviation Accident Lawyer: Sean M. Cleary

In 2012, there was a total of 1453 civil aviation accidents, of which 257 were fatal and 407 fatalities were recorded.

How can we help you in an aviation accident case?

In aviation accidents, as with many other types of accidents, the first thing that we do is that we talk to the client and we start to gather the information about what happened.

Sean M. Cleary

What our clients say about their cases

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An extraordinary lawyer! Sean has helped our family receive just compensation after we lost my husband in a terrible plane crash. He was very courteous and always easy to get a hold of when we had questions. I definitely recommend him for those needing a strong legal advocate to deliver winning results.

Father Killed in Plane Crash

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A friend of our family recommended the services of Sean Cleary after I lost my grandfather in a runway collision. Mr. Cleary proved that he was negligently directed into another plane before disaster occurred and his experience helped us achieve a result we are happy with.

Tragic Runway Collision

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A big thank you to Mr. Cleary and his dedicated team for the help they provided us with in our case. His expert advice, hard work and dedication to this case were exceptional. Mr. Cleary is definitely the lawyer you should see if you are looking for a knowledgeable professional, aggressive litigator and fair man.

Fatal Helicopter Crash

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Mr. Cleary is truly a lawyer that you can count on to bring justice in your case. He was very courteous and dedicated his time to helping me file a lawsuit after I have lost my wife in a helicopter crash. My family and I are very pleased with the result and recommend Mr. Cleary's services for all those who need legal advice and professional legal representation.

Tragic Helicopter Crash

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For trustworthy legal services, seek the help of Sean Cleary. Our family was devastated when we lost a member following a helicopter accident. We were recommended the services of Mr. Cleary and we are very grateful for the help we received. He is definitely a true professional, a man dedicated to helping others.

Father Killed in a Helicopter Accident

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My husband was killed in a plane crash and I needed the help of a professional and experienced lawyer. Mr. Cleary was exceptional along the way, always easy to contact and always made sure all my questions were answered. Nevertheless, he is the go-to attorney for all those seeking nothing short of excellent legal representation.

Fatal Twin Engine Propeller Plane Crash

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Clients were satisfied by Mr. Cleary's legal services.

Disastrous Commercial Helicopter Crash

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I would like to thank Mr. Sean Cleary for his dedication to my case. His professionalism is unmatched, he is an aggressive litigator and a hardworking man. If you need legal counsel of the highest caliber and a trustworthy advisor, do seek the legal services provided by Sean Cleary.

Career Pilot Blinded In Plane Crash

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Aviation Accidents Statistics

According to International Air Transport Association -IATA-, the aviation security performance for 2010 shows that the year's accident percentage for Western-built jet aircrafts was the lowest in aviation history. The 2010 international accident rate (measured in hull losses per million flights of a Western-built jet aircraft) was 0.61. That is equal to 1 accident for every 1.6 million flights. This is an important improvement of the 0.71 rate recorded in 2009 (1 accident for 1.4 million flights). The 2010 ratio was the lowest in aviation history, just below the 2006 rate of 0.65. Correlated to 10 years ago, the accident ratio has been cut 42% from the rate recorded in 2001. A preliminary monthly summary regarding U.S. Civil Aviation accidents was released by NTSB on January 8, 2014. These statistics reflect accident information entered into the database by the Office of Aviation Safety and are as current as the date of the document. In 2012, there was a total of 1453 civil aviation accidents, of which 257 were fatal and 407 fatalities were recorded. The numbers have dropped in 2013, with a total of 1206 accidents, 217 fatal and 389 fatalities. There were 24 accidents recorded in 2012 involving aircrafts operating under 14 CFR 121 and 16 accidents in 2013, all under scheduled service.

 

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What Is the Time Period in Which an Aviation Accident Case Must Be Brought?

The time period for bringing a suit varies depending upon what law applies. In some of these, limitation periods can be quite short, but there are a number of factors, which affect how long the time limit will be in a case. The Warsaw Convention has been found to “preempt” state tort liability and thus, even if an international flight crashes in...

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Who Can Be Held Liable and What Damages Are Recoverable?

If the person survives, the damages he or she can recover include pain and suffering, loss of wages and medical bills, both past and future. In the event of a death, the relatives of the victim can recover damages for funeral expenses, the loss of support the victim would have provided and others. The Convention allows recovery for physical bodily...

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What Agencies Are Involved in the Investigation of Aviation Accidents?

Generally, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will lead the investigation of any aviation crash, with assistance from members of the local law enforcement authorities, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and representatives of the manufacturer of the aircraft....

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If There Are No Surviving Witnesses to the Crash, How Can I Prove That the Airline or the Pilot of the Airplane Was at Fault?

Airplane crash investigation by experts can often determine the cause of a crash even if no one survives. All airliners and many charter aircraft contain instruments called flight data recorders and cockpit voice recorders. Radar information, and careful investigation of the wreckage...

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