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Aviation Attorney Charles Brewer on US Air Crash 1549 Part I

Attorney Charles Brewer joins Speaking of Justice host Scott Drake for a special edition analysis of the US Air Hudson River crash earlier this of flight 1549. Charles Brewer is one of the nations leading aviation attorneys, is a 40 year pilot who is jet rated and his interview provides amazing insight into just what a job Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III did in ditching that jet in such a way that virtually ever passenger walked away. This review of the jet, the conditions the pilot was likely facing and the training he had highlights the issue of pilot training and preparation, an area that Charles Brewer, after decades of litigating hundreds of aviation cases is uniquely prepared to comment on.
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Aviation lawyer Charles Brewer on the US Air Crash 1549 Part I

Attorney Charles Brewer joins Speaking of Justice host Scott Drake for a special edition analysis of the US Air Hudson River crash earlier this of flight 1549. Charles Brewer is one of the nations leading aviation attorneys, is a 40 year pilot who is jet rated and his interview provides amazing insight into just what a job Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III did in ditching that jet in such a way that virtually ever passenger walked away. This review of the jet, the conditions the pilot was likely facing and the training he had highlights the issue of pilot training and preparation, an area that Charles Brewer, after decades of litigating hundreds of aviation cases is uniquely prepared to comment on.

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Aviation Lawyer Charles Brewer US Air Crash 1549 Part II

In part two of his discussion on the US Airways flight 1549 crash earlier this week in the Hudson River, Attorney Charles Brewer reviews any potential liability that an airport might have to reduce or mitigate bird strikes to improve safety. Charles Brewer is not only a jet rated pilot himself, he is one of the nations leading aviation lawyers who has handled some of the most notable airline crashes in US history. His conclusion that Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger III was not only exceptionally skilled, but also well trained, prepared and did a brilliant job in show how aviation safety has improved dramatically over the decades to the point where an disaster like flight 1549 was avoided. You can learn more about Charles Brewer by visiting the Arizona Law Channel at www.arizonalawchannel.com
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The Buffalo Plane Crash, aviation lawyer Charles Brewer comments on possible cause.

In this video on the tragic crash in Buffalo, NY of Continental flight 3407, famed Phoenix trial lawyer and aviation attorney Charles Brewer joins Scott Drake to discuss what could have gone so wrong in this disaster. Attorney Charles Brewer, of the Brewer Law offices of Phoenix, AZ is a 43 year pilot and one of the nations leading aviation attorneys and his perspective on the likely issues that caused this crash are discussed, as well as the painful after math for the families, friends and associates of the 50 people who lost their lives. Aviation law is an area where there is a small group of highly specialized lawyers that are able to navigate the legal and technical issues in the court room to bring about the facts that will determine the cause of this disaster and how the families will ultimately be compensated for this terrible loss. This is the first of a series of conversations the Legal Broadcast Network will be taping as more is known about this plane crash in Buffalo and what comes next for the families, the airline and the manufacturer of this aircraft. You can find more information on this and other videos by going to The Legal Broadcast Network at www.legalbroadcastnetwork.com

www.airplanecrash-lawyer.com – Air disaster attorney, Paul Hedlund, answers questions a day after the accident from Fox News Channel on the possible cause of the crash of Swissair Flight 111 (operated by Swissair and Delta) into the Atlantic Ocean near the shore of Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia. The MD-11 filled with 229 passengers and crew, was flying from New York to Geneva. For sixteen minutes the aircraft was reported to have been on fire before making its final and fatal plunge from the night sky into the cold waters just off Peggy’s Cove. The TSB (Canada’s Transportation Safety Board) later determined that flammable material propagated a fire that spread rapidly, to the extent that it degraded the cockpit environment, which led to the loss of control of the aircraft. The fire was believed started by electrical arcing in a bundle of wires, as evidenced by globs of molten conductor found on the wire remnants retrieved from the wreckage. Baum Hedlund represented several families in this crash.

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Aviation Lawyer Charles Brewer ” Northwest Pilots “

The Federal Aviation Administration on Tuesday revoked the licenses of the two Northwest Airlines pilots who overshot their Minneapolis destination by 150 miles. The pilots — Timothy Cheney of Gig Harbor, Wash., the captain, and Richard Cole of Salem, Ore., the first officer — told safety investigators they were working on their personal laptop computers and lost track of time and place. The pilots, who were out of communications with air traffic controllers for 91 minutes, violated numerous federal safety regulations in the incident last Wednesday night, the FAA said in a statement. The violations included failing to comply with air traffic control instructions and clearances and operating carelessly and recklessly, the agency said. “You engaged in conduct that put your passengers and your crew in serious jeopardy,” FAA regional counsel Eddie Thomas said in a letter to Cheney. Northwest Flight 188 was not in communications with controllers or the airline dispatchers “while you were on a frolic of your own. … This is a total dereliction and disregard for your duties.” Phoenix Arizona Aviation Law Expert Charlie Brewer says it’s likely their laptops blocked the navigation instruments. Learn more at www.legalbroadcastnetwork.com

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