Drones – those small, remotely-piloted aircraft – have attracted a great deal of attention in recent months. While much of the technology they use was initially developed for military applications, drones have since been adapted for other uses, especially once miniature cameras became a standard feature. Drones have become widely used not only in entertainment,…

Ever since Orville and Wilbur Wright completed their first pass above the beach at Kitty Hawk in 1903, flight innovation has constantly advanced forward and human-engineered flight has come a long way. Today, with the use of drones, humans can fly without placing a man or woman in the air. The U.S. military has deployed…

By: Chris Stevenson, Attorney, Pilot The first airshow was held outside of Los Angeles, California in 1910. Aviation pioneers gathered to showcase their airplanes and in turn created a new kind of entertainment. This was the first of three airshows held in the same year. From that point on, airshows have gained popularity worldwide with…

Determining fault in accidents involving general aviation disasters is often quite complex, requiring legal representation by attorneys who understand the world of aviation. Part of that complexity lies in the fact that the plaintiff is most often the family member of someone who may have died or been seriously injured in that crash — an…

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