Highly-Skilled Representation For Pilots And Airplane Manufacturers
Clapp, Peterson, Tiemessen, Thorsness LLC represents some of the largest corporations across America in their most high-profile legal disputes in Alaska, including airplane manufacturers facing product liability disputes. Counsel for airlines and pilots, as well as counsel for manufacturers of airplanes, component parts and air frames, all entrust these matters to our judgment because they know our reputation for success in resolving sophisticated disputes effectively and within our clients’ business-sensitive parameters.
Airplane Manufacturing Product Dispute Attorneys: Anchorage And Fairbanks
Mismanaged legal disputes can cost airplane manufacturers untold sums of money. In light of the tight financial margins already facing airplane manufacturers, a mismanaged airplane product dispute is simply unacceptable.
We know this because we draw on decades of successfully resolving our clients’ disputes both in and out of the courtroom. Our attorneys resolve airplane product disputes and limit commercial liability through a variety of approaches, including:
- Alternative dispute resolution
Our firm’s recognized standing as a preeminent trial firm in Alaska means opposing counsel take our clients’ positions seriously during the life of a case. In fact, we have been able to resolve high-profile legal disputes before the case ever reached trial and, in some circumstances, before litigation itself even began.
Where protecting our clients’ best interests requires trial, however, airplane manufacturers across the country know their concerns are being represented by lawyers who are particularly committed to trial practice excellence in Alaska’s courts.
Experienced Aviation Law Attorneys In Alaska
We invite you to schedule an initial appointment to discuss your corporation’s aviation law dispute, call our firm at 907-885-0571 in Anchorage or 907-885-3467 in Fairbanks. You can also reach our firm online to schedule your initial consultation. All communications remain confidential.