Federal Aviation Law 101 With Attorney Daniel Kron
Becoming a pilot is the dream that many young children hold that is within reach of just about anyone unless you suffer from a few specific medical or mental health complications. When you are in need of someone to defend your rights when it comes to your aviation career, Daniel Kron, Esq. – an active pilot – is a wise choice as your number one aviation legal consultant.
Whether you’ve been involved in an accident and want to file a personal injury suit against those responsible or you are looking into purchasing an aircraft, there are a set of strict rules and regulations that must be followed that differ greatly from other areas of transportation law.
Since flying airplanes can be such dangerous activities, these safeguards are put into place to protect the public, and you have the right to make a claim when you’ve been involved in an aviation situation gone wrong.
Business owners who operate FBOs on airport property also must ensure that they are following all of the right regulations to comply with both the Federal Aviation Administration and the United States Department of Transportation rules and restrictions that apply to their particular business operations, and oftentimes the dense wording on the FAA’s website can be of no help at all.
Facing civil penalties from the TSA and FAA may also be a problem that you are currently staring down, perhaps due to a misunderstanding or a misrepresented situation that has not yet been made clear to officials.
Repairing these issues can be tough on your own, but when you have a talented aviation attorney at your side during the process, you’ll be able to receive guidance on what steps to take to ensure the safety of both your customers and employees.
Aviation should be fun--not a stressor added into your life. When it becomes a chore or something you dread, call Mr. Kron to schedule your appointment. There’s no time to delay when it comes to your freedom of flight - so so do not wait until it is too late to save your career and certifications.
Aircraft transactions are another area of law that you want to ensure you are protected in. When investing in something so expensive and potentially dangerous, it’s a good idea to contact an attorney who can help you to write up a contract that benefits the owner of the aircraft. Contracts, leases, and the like should all be reviewed by a skilled aviation attorney before they are signed and agreed to, to ensure that you are not going to lose rights to an aircraft that is rightfully yours.
Dealing with civil penalties from the FAA or the TSA? Mr. Kron can help with that as well–he can work with the FAA or TSA to make your legal obligations more manageable to your current financial status.
It wouldn’t be fair to level penalties on someone who is not responsible for any accidents or issues that arose, and hiring a lawyer to defend your rights is one way to work towards a solution that benefits all parties, including pilots who are being targeted by these two organizations.