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Airplane Defects / Malfunction Lawyers

Airplane defects can contribute to serious malfunctions, potentially causing pilots to lose control and crash. These plane accidents are often catastrophic, causing passengers and crew members to suffer devastating injuries. However, in these situations, the person or party at fault for the airplane defect or malfunction may be obligated to cover victims’ damages, including medical bills, lost wages, and more. Airplane accident victims in Denver should consider talking to the skilled, experienced legal team of Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., for help with seeking the full financial compensation they deserve.

Common Types of Airplane Defects / Malfunctions

Although some potential plane malfunctions can be detected while performing the before-takeoff checklist, others may not surface until the airplane is in flight. In these instances, the following issues may lead to an accident or crash landing:

  • Landing gear defects, including brake malfunctions
  • Cabin pressurization malfunctions
  • Electronic defects, causing power loss
  • Instrument malfunctions
  • Communication failures
  • Engine problems

Airplane manufacturers have a responsibility to prevent airplane defects / malfunction through safe design and thorough testing before anyone gets hurt. Failing to do so may make these companies liable for the injuries their unsafe parts cause.


At Hull & Zimmerman, P.C., we are honored to help accident victims in their time of need, and take our responsibility as personal injury lawyers incredibly seriously. We know how important it is for victims to secure the full and fair compensation they need following a serious accident, and that is why we take a hands-on, personalized approach to every case we handle.

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