Stewarts Law LLP is 'the pre-eminent firm in this country dealing with personal injury/fatal accident claims from aviation accidents', and is 'both respected and feared by the firms acting for aviation insurers'. The team 'provides exceptional service', and James Healy-Pratt's 'previous experience as an aviation insurer is invaluable'. - The Legal 500.
We specialise in aviation accidents and represent victims, survivors and families, of passengers and crew, in relation to airline disasters and aviation accidents around the world.
We have successfully recovered record compensation for victims and families involved in different types of airline disasters and aviation accidents, including those involving commercial jet airliners, business jets, helicopters, small general aviation aircraft, micro-lights and para-gliders. Please see our Successful settlements for more details. We only represent claimants and we only take on serious injury or fatal accident cases. Many families and clients are referred to us by local as well as foreign law firms which recognise our outstanding track record and expert advice in this specialist area. We have built up particular expertise in representing high net worth families and other victims of catastrophic burns, amputations, brain and spinal injuries, and deaths from aviation accidents.
We are based in London at the heart of the global aviation insurance market. Aviation accidents happen all over the world but the decisions on compensation are made by aviation insurers based in London. We have used our expertise, connections and closeness to the aviation insurance market to get the very best results for our clients.
We independently investigate the causes of each accident, maximise compensation and do our very best to ensure that air safety is improved to prevent similar accidents happening again. We have worked closely with the European Commission in getting certain unsafe airlines banned from the European Union and European Union airspace. Our view is that air safety is a right, not a privilege.
James landing an EC120 at Redhill