Why is My Airport Accident Case in One State and my Airline Workers’ Comp Case in Another?

with the airline stated that all workers’ compensation claims had to be brought in Virginia.  So, even though the injured victim lived in Florida, the comp claim had to be prosecuted in the Commonwealth of Virginia, the home base of the airlines.

Since airline injury lawyer Doug Landau is licensed to practice law up and down the East Coast, he was able to help the client in both states.  In other cases, Landau has held depositions at airports in other states, investigated claims at out of state airports and interviewed witnesses all over the United States.

If you have been injured in the course and scope of your duty as an airline employee, airport worker, or traveling passenger, and there are questions as to what states law applies to your accidental injury claim, contact us at Abrams Landau, Ltd. today by email or phone (703-796-9555).