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Dean & Gibson, PLLC , , has substantial expertise in litigating aviation cases, backed by our attorneys' own knowledge and interest in flying. Rod Dean is a pilot who analyzes commercial, charter, and general aviation aircraft crashes and claims through the eyes of a pilot, with an understanding of the aviation industry and technical issues that helps us to effectively evaluate claims and communicate with aviation experts. Our practice includes handling insurance claims, litigating cases, and arguing appeals as part of our representation of major air carriers, as well as manufacturers, Part 135 operators, general aviation pilots, FBOs, airports, and aircraft owners and mechanics. The firm's attorneys have a long history of litigating aviation cases, going back to the crash of Eastern flight 212 in Charlotte, in 1974, to today, with the firm's involvement in the litigation stemming from the Air-Midwest crash in March of 2003 at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport.

Our attorneys have substantial experience in the field of aviation products liability and have substantial knowledge and experience relating to aviation insurance coverage issues. Rod Dean is also an Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) Legal Service Plan Attorney, representing pilots and mechanics in FAA enforcement actions.

Cases handled by the firm include:

  • aviation accidents and mishaps
  • product liability
  • FAA rules enforcement actions
  • Aviation insurance issues

Contact the aviation law attorneys at Dean & Gibson, PLLC , .