SOME OF OUR RESULTS: Failure to Pay Disability Insurance - $2,000,000.00 * Failure of University to Properly Advise Student Athlete - $200,000.00 * 18 Wheeler Wreck $2,000,000.00 * Slip and Fall at Restaurant - $15,000,000.00 * Delay and Punitive Damages for Construction Contractor - $15,199,000.00 * Accident Causing Inner Ear and Back Injury $1,355,000.00 * Industrial Fall $1,100,000.00 * Rear End Collision - $1,490,000.00 * SUV Rollover - $3,400,000.00 * Industrial Crane Accident - $1,250,000.00 * Drunk Driver Car Collision - $2,100,000.00 * Two Car Accident - $1,400,000.00 * Struck by Car - $565,000.00 * Trip and Fall - $85,000.00 * Failure to Supervise Blood Donation $75,000.00 * Failure to Pay Disability Insurance Policy - $450,000.00 * Providing Wrong (Dangerous) Fuel to Customer - $1,100,000.00 * Surgeon Failure to Obtain Informed Consent from Patient - $100,000.00 * Nursing Home Failure to Maintain Oral Hygiene - $67,000.00 * Hospital Failure to Prevent Patient Suicide - $275,000.000 * Failure to Install Hospital Bed Alarms Causing Patient Fall - $219,000.00 * Failure to Pay Disability Insurance - $800,000.00 * Car Wreck Causing Non-Surgical Back Injury - $275,000.00 * Car Accident Causing Muscle and Ligament Injury $160,000.00 * Car Accident Causing Soft Tissue back Injury $100,000.00 * Child on Bike Struck by Car * $25,000.00 (to date)

Texas Vintage Plane Crash Kills Two


A vintage P-51 Mustang aircraft crashed in the Gulf of Mexico near Galveston, Texas, Wednesday, killing two people on the plane, authorities said.


The World War II-era aircraft, owned by the Lone Star Flight Museum and known in recent years as the "Galveston Gal," was used to give rides to people seeking a flying experience.


According to U.S Coast Guard spokesman Petty Officer Steve Lehmann, the captain of a charter fishing boat called the Coast Guard about 11:40 a.m. (12:40 p.m. ET) Wednesday to report he had just witnessed a plane go down between Chocolate Bay and Galveston Bay. The Coast Guard sent a small boat and a helicopter and also called state and local authorities and a volunteer rescue group.


They found the plane in about 3 to 5 feet of water, with both occupants dead, officials said. Names of the victims were not immediately released.


Sgt. John Sampa of the Texas Department of Public Safety, said the plane crashed in an area known as West Bay.


Federal Aviation Administration records say the plane was built in 1944. According to the museum's web site, the plane was converted to a two-seat, dual-control training aircraft while serving in the El Salvadoran Air Force in the 1960s. In recent years, it was painted with the "Galveston Gal" markings and was used to give people a flight experience for about $2,000 a flight.


Vintage or experimental class aircraft are by definition unique requiring unique and careful maintenance and operation.  However, these planes are frequently owned (and sometimes built) by flight enthusiasts with dreams larger than their abilities.  The proven trial attorneys at Fisher Injury Lawyers are experienced in handling complex and technical litigation including claims involving experimental class aircraft.  We are uniquely positioned to aggressively and effectively handle aircraft injury cases having in house engineer and attorney/engineer expertise.  Call us anytime.  We will immediately out all of our resources to work on your case.


Baton Rouge Aircraft Injury Lawyer

Texas Plane Crash Attorney

Top Injury Lawyer

Proven Injury Attorney



Injury Attorney Office Locations