The Thunder Over Solano airshow was halted when an old vintage biplane crashed killing pilot Edward Andreini, age 77. The crash involved a World War II era 1944 Stearman biplane that was commonly used to train pilots.
Andreini was killed while performing a ribbon cutting: a move where he flew low to the ground and attempted to cut a ribbon with a knife mounted to the top of his plane while flying upside down.
According to spectators, an explosion and black cloud of thick smoke engulfed the plane as it crashed against the tarmac. 5 minutes followed before a crew was able to get to the wreckage. No one else was injured in the crash but over 100,000 spectators witnessed the horrific plane accident. Our condolences go out to the families and friends affected by this tragedy.
Lee Free wants you to remember that we’re your Michigan airplane accident law firm. If you’ve been harmed because a family member was injured or killed in a plane accident, then our team is here for you. Get the compensation you deserve.
Understand that litigating Michigan airplane accidents is not easy, and not every law firm is capable of handling these types of claims. It usually involves reviewing thousands of pages of documents, close inspection of flight data and flight records, interviewing witnesses, as well as the hiring of qualified experts. Our firm has the experience and resources necessary to help you get the recovery that you deserve.
The Lee Steinberg Law Firm has represented individuals injured due to airline negligence for over 40 years.
Let our Michigan airplane accident lawyers help you. It is our goal to answer any questions you have and fight for the compensation you deserve. Please call Lee Free and Michigan airplane accident lawyers at 1-800-LEE-FREE (1-800-533-3733) or fill out the Free Case Evaluation Form so we can answer any questions you may have about Michigan airplane accident law.
You pay nothing until our Michigan airplane accident attorneys settle your case. Let us help you today.