CHAMBLEE, Georgia. – The family of one of the victims of the fatal plane crash at DeKalb-Peachtree Airport earlier this month hired a law firm to investigate.
Beasley Allen law firm will be closely examining the qualifications and training of this pilot as well as the weight and balance of the aircraft.
“Our client is trying to deal with this sudden and unexpected loss, and part of that process is looking for answers as to the cause of the crash,” said Mike Andrews, who handles all types of air litigation for the firm, involving the both civilians and military. airplane. “We will be looking closely at the qualifications and training of this pilot as well as the weight and balance of the aircraft. The pilot is responsible for ensuring that the aircraft is airworthy and within flight limits. are honored to be working for our clients to ensure that this investigation is thorough and provides as many answers as possible, including how and why this tragedy occurred. “
The National Transportation Safety Board investigator arrived at the scene of Friday’s Peachtree-DeKalb airport plane crash. (FOX 5 Atlanta)
The single-engine Cessna 210 took off from PDK airport on the afternoon of October 8, climbed 250 feet, veered left and crashed, according to the initial FAA crash report. The plane caught fire after crashing, and large flames and smoke were seen at the crash site.
Andrews said the plane was heading for Houston with a full load of fuel and four people on board, including pilot Jonathan Rosen, 47, a family member of 14, and his friend as well as a friend from family.
The FAA and the NTSB are both investigating.
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