For decades, our firm has been recognized as one of the leading aviation law firms in the United States. Our aviation attorneys represent aviation businesses of all types nationally, regionally, and throughout the State of Georgia. These businesses include airlines, airports, aircraft manufacturers, engine manufacturers, component part manufacturers, air ambulances, pilots, aircraft owners, fixed base operators, aerial applicators, and the aviation insurance companies that insure these businesses.
MF&L provides skilled representation for airlines, airports, and all other aviation businesses in personal injury and wrongful death claims. These claims range from defending against relatively minor accident claims to defending parties in major commercial airline disasters. Aviation accident cases are extremely complex and require highly experienced counsel. When a disaster occurs, lawsuits are typically filed against every possible entity, from the airline to the manufacturers of the smallest component parts. We can defend any and all of these parties and their respective insurers. Our attorneys have served as lead defense counsel in numerous major air disasters.
We also have decades of experience handling all aspects of aviation business law. Our aviation attorneys can assist with aircraft purchase, sale and leasing, financing, FAA certificate actions, and more.
AIG Aerospace Adjustment Services, Allianz Aviation Managers, Aerospace Claims Management Group, Sompo International Insurance, Starr Adjustment Services, QBE North America, Tokio Marine HCC – USSIC Aviation Group, Epps Air Service, Air Evac Lifeteam
TRACK RECORD OF EXCELLENCE:
- In Miree v. DeKalb County, Georgia, 433 U.S. 25 (1977), Arthur Mozley presented oral argument before the Supreme Court of the United States on behalf of petitioner DeKalb County. The issue was whether the County was immune following a crash at the DeKalb-Peachtree Airport
- The firm vigorously defended the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Board and the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Airport Corporation during In re Air Crash at Lexington, Kentucky, August 27, 2006(Comair Flight 5191) in both state and federal courts. Ultimately, the case against the airport authority was dismissed on sovereign immunity grounds, and this ruling was upheld by the Kentucky Supreme Court. 295 S.W.3d 91 (Ky. 2009).