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What types of cases does attorney Jonathan C. Reiter handle?

Our attorneys have recovered more than $150 million in settlements and verdicts for clients in the United States and worldwide. We’re renowned for our work on airplane accidents in New York and around the world. We also have a strong track record of success with medical malpractice cases and a broad spectrum of other negligence claims, including:

  • Medical misdiagnosis
  • Mass transit accidents
  • Auto accidents
  • Other personal injury and wrongful death claims
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an airline/aviation accident, it’s important to hire a knowledgeable and experienced aviation attorney to represent you in court. Jonathan C. Reiter has represented victims of aviation/airlines accidents from New York as well as many other states and foreign countries. Attorney Mr. Reiter obtained the highest verdict for a single passenger in the EgyptAir 990 crash ($3.6 million including interest). This case was the first to award loss of society damages to a victim’s sisters, brother and cousin as dependent relatives under the Death on the High Seas Act, in addition to awarding substantial damages to the victim’s parents. [Read More…]

There are number of factors that could lead to or cause an aviation/airline accident. New York Airline Accident Lawyer Mr. Reiter has experience representing victims of aviation/airline accidents caused by:

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  • July 20, 2016 Air Turbulence Can Cause Serious Injuries

    Air Turbulence Can Cause Serious Injuries

    When most people think about aviation injuries and fatalities, they think of airline crashes. Admittedly, catastrophic crashes usually get the most media coverage. Fortunately, disastrous aviation crashes are relatively rare. On the whole, air travel is indeed the safest way to get from one place to another. Just because a plane doesn’t crash, however, doesn’t […]

  • June 29, 2016 Does NY Law Put Caps on Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases

    Does NY Law Put Caps on Damages in Medical Malpractice Cases?

    In some states, legislation limits the amount of money a plaintiff can receive in a medical malpractice case. This is often a shock to people who have been injured in a hospital or at the hands of a physician or other medical professional. When you consider that hospital errors are now the third leading cause […]

  • June 22, 2016 Flying While Under the Influence

    JetBlue Pilot Accused of Flying While Under the Influence Facing Federal Charges

    A JetBlue pilot who was arrested after being accused of piloting two flights while under the influence of alcohol now faces federal charges. Media reports say a complaint recently filed in the Eastern District of New York says the pilot was selected for random alcohol testing in April of last year, and blew a 0.111 […]

  • June 22, 2016 Air Travel Security Final

    Airlines Attempt to Blame Congress for Air Travel Security Screening Issues

    Weeks after the U.S. Senate approved a measure designed to strengthen air travel security, news reports say airlines have begun pointing the finger at Congress for long screening lines and security issues that impact passengers. In the latest developments of an ongoing debate over how to effectively improve the safety of air travel for passengers […]

  • June 22, 2016 Brussels Airport Departure Hall Partially Reopens Final

    Brussels Airport Departure Hall Partially Reopens Following Deadly Bombings

    The Brussels airport departure hall has been partially re-opened weeks after two explosions led to the deaths and injuries of multiple people. Attacks on the airport and a subway station were carried out on March 22. An investigation into the attacks is still ongoing. Source: CNN Report “Surveillance footage, cab driver offer clues in investigation […]

  • May 4, 2016 U.S.-Senate-Approves-New-Airport-Security-Rules,-Airports-Complain

    U.S. Senate Approves New Airport Security Rules, Airports Complain

    The U.S. Senate recently approved a measure designed to bolster air travel security. The U.S. Senate has approved a measure designed to enhance air travel security. Reports say lawmakers voted by an overwhelming majority to add airport security provisions to a separate bill pertaining to the renewal of Federal Aviation Administration programs through September 2017. […]

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