Aviation Liability

The first edition of Aviation Liability details the complex interplay of laws, regulations and international treaties that determine who is responsible when things go wrong in the air. Topics covered include: applicable treaties; liability for passenger injury or death during international and domestic carriage; third-party actions; liability of ground damage; liability for unruly passengers and terrorist events; consumer protection and passenger rights; government liability; criminal proceedings; effect of carrier's conditions of carriage and tariffs; damages; accident investigation and family assistance; insurance requirements; litigation procedures; and judgments and settlements.

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