Nashville Failure to Train Lawyers
When airlines hire new employees, the airline is responsible for making sure each employee receives the proper training necessary to complete his or her job to the fullest extent and safe manner. This includes responding to emergency situations efficiently and effectively. When new employees are allowed to be on the clock and work without the proper training, the results could be devastating for airline passengers and other airline employees.
At Pohl & Berk, LLP, our attorneys are committed to representing injured victims of an airplane accident recover the financial compensation they need to pay for medical bills and other losses. If you or someone you know has been injured because an employee wasn’t properly trained, contact a Nashville airline negligence lawyer today at 615-277-2765 and schedule a free consultation.
Accidents Caused by Untrained Employees
It is assumed that licensed pilots have the training and experience necessary to operate an aircraft safely, but other airline employees, like stewards, also require a thorough understanding of how to respond to emergency situations to keep all passengers safe. If an airline fails to train an employee, he or she could make the following errors:
- Not following all safety guidelines in the event of an emergency
- Not informing passengers of all safety protocols and regulations before the flight
- Not properly activating safety devices
- Failing to properly inspect aircraft
These failures or others caused by insufficient training can lead to traumatic losses for the victims of airplane accidents and their families.
It is our priority to support the victims of airline negligence and airplane accidents. To learn more about how you can possibly take legal action against an airline for not properly training its employees, contact our Nashville airline negligence attorneys of Pohl & Berk, LLP, today at 615-277-2765.