In a tragic plane crash that occurred last week, no survivors emerged from the wreckage. According to an article in The Palm Beach Post, the only passengers of the small plane were the six members of the Bramlage family. Ronald Bramlage was piloting the plane while his wife, Rebecca, and their four children were also aboard. Our Palm Beach County injury lawyer appreciates the immense tragedy of these accidents. From a legal perspective we also understand the many different issues that are implicated when these incidents occurred. For one thing, small planes are much more likely to malfunction as opposed to a commercial aircraft. The cause of the malfunction may result in various legal ramifications. Continue reading “Ongoing Investigation After Family Dies in Plane Crash”
The Palm Beach Post reports that a helicopter fell from the sky, hit the roof of a West Palm Beach, Florida home before crushing part of a car and crashing into a yard, officials say. When the helicopter was finally hauled out of the unsuspecting homeowner’s yard a sliced palm tree remained in its place.
Nedra Obradovich’s roof had a run-in with a small, rented helicopter that landed in her front yard Saturday afternoon. Thankfully no one was seriously injured as a result of the West Palm Beach accident. Obradovich, the pilot and a passenger of the helicopter were able to walk away from the crash, although the pilot and passenger, whose names have not been released, were taken to a nearby hospital as a precaution. Continue reading “Watch For Falling Helicopters in Palm Beach”
Like most people, our West Palm Beach injury lawyer is quite familiar with the oft-quoted mantra that “flying is the safest way to travel.” Therefore, the rare news of a plane crash is rarely expected, and often startling. Obviously the consequences of these tragedies are severe, with survival only a occurrence for passengers and crew members. Against all odds, however, the pilot of a small airplane that recently crashed onto a local golf course was able to walk away from the wreckage. According to a report from ABC 25 out of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, pilot Rob Malloy was flying his small aircraft over a golf course when the plane apparently suffered a decrease in power, lost speed, and caused Malloy to lose control. The plane glanced off the tops of some trees, spun around, and then crashed into the ground. Investigators are still looking into what caused the loss in power. Remarkably, Malloy was able to walk away from the crash, and no one else was harmed in the incident. Continue reading “Palm Beach Injury Lawyer Can Help Even When Cause of Injury In Question”