Peter Williams acted for the family of a British tourist. He was killed in October 2010 when a Cessna 185 in which he was travelling with four other British nationals crashed over the famous Nazca Lines in Peru.
An accident report revealed that one of the pilots had been drinking and took off with the fuel selector valve in the “off” instead of “on” position resulting in a loss of power shortly after takeoff. A substantial sum was recovered on behalf of the family.
For further information if you believe you have a legal claim relating to a plane crash, holiday accident claim or no win no fee personal injury claim, please contact Peter Williams on 020 7861 4825 or email email@example.com or:
Contact us on freephone 0800 358 3848
Or start your claim online.
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