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American Idol Winner Narrowly Escapes Potential Plane Crash

American Idol Winner Narrowly Escapes Potential Plane Crash

American Idol winner Taylor Hicks escaped a potential plane crash this week when the private plane he was in malfunctioned. He was traveling from Tennessee to Alabama when an engine blew. Quick thinking by the pilot saved all on board after blowing pistons, oil leakage and the engine and rotor blade stopping completely. The twin-engine plane was a privately owned aircraft and landed in Jasper, Alabama at a rural airport. Luckily, Hicks and all passengers on board were not injured.

For most of us, traveling in a privately owned aircraft is not an everyday occurrence. It is determined that there are more than 224,475 aircraft that are used for personal use. While most aircraft accidents are mainly caused by error of the pilot there are instances of malfunctions of engines, pistons and other vital equipment to planes. It is important for all companies or persons owning and operating an aircraft to regular maintenance to assure safety for all passengers. Unfortunately, injuries can happen in these instances. It is necessary to contact an attorney immediately if you have suffered any injuries due to aircraft malfunctions. An experienced injury attorney can help determine your course of action and assist in getting care and compensation for your injuries.

Located in St. Louis, the attorneys at Meyerkord & Meyerkord, LLC, are devoted to helping those injured in transportation accidents. Our team has over a century worth of experience helping clients with personal injury cases. If you or a loved one has been injured, please contact us today for a free, no-obligation consultation.

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