Flying is magical. It's the closest you can come to being a bird and it allows you to see the world from a whole new angle. Work in the area of aviation law has long been a significant part of Martin Pringle's practice. You could say aviation is a part of our family.
Aviation law has long been a significant part of Martin Pringle’s practice. Martin Pringle represents Textron Aviation Inc., including Beechcraft Corporation and its affiliates in connection with aviation accident litigation since 1971. We developed and administered a comprehensive claims and litigation management program for Beechcraft Corporation that served as a model for others in the industry. Our lawyers have appeared in courts in nearly every state in the United States and several foreign countries, trying cases and arguing appeals. As a result of Martin Pringle’s experience gained over the last four decades, we have the expertise to advise and assist our aviation-related business clients with matters involving products liability issues, regulatory and certification requirements, risk management, safety programs, litigation readiness, insurance issues, contract drafting and negotiation, financing and leasing questions. Martin Pringle has worked with insurance companies throughout the world in the placement of insurance for our clients.
Our firm stands ready to assist aviation-related clients with all aspects of their businesses. Our depth of experience in aviation matters permits us to represent both large and small aviation-related businesses. Our clients include original equipment manufacturers (OEM’s) as well as manufacturers and suppliers of the smallest aircraft parts and components. Lawyers practicing in this area belong to the Defense Research Institute and other aviation organizations, and regularly are presenters on aviation-related topics on regional, national and international levels.
CONFIDENT is more than just a self-assured term for us.
At Martin Pringle, it’s the straightforward and simplified process by which we approach legal matters.