Kreindler & Kreindler LLP - Firm Profile
Kreindler & Kreindler LLP
Size of Organization: 24
Year Established: 1950
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Kreindler & Kreindler LLP is a leader in representing plaintiffs in complex litigation. We are the largest aviation law firm representing plaintiffs in the United States, with a worldwide reputation for successful prosecution of aircraft accident cases. We are also known for handling complex cases involving serious injury and death in transportation and maritime accidents, products liability, medical malpractice, mass torts, securities and commercial litigation. Kreindler & Kreindler was founded in 1950 and over the years has grown in size, prestige and experience. Today, we have twenty-four lawyers, including twelve partners, and an experienced staff of over forty professionals. The firm's attorneys include aircraft and helicopter pilots, engineers and an aviation mechanic. The leading aviation law treatise, Aviation Accident Law (Lexis Nexis), and a leading treatise on New York law, New York Law of Torts (Thomson West), are edited by firm partners. The firm has successfully handled thousands of airplane and helicopter accident cases against aircraft operators, including domestic and international airlines, aviation maintenance providers and manufacturers of commercial and general aviation aircraft and flight components and instruments. We have won precedent-setting cases and secured record damage recoveries for our clients. The firm's partners have been appointed by courts to leadership positions on Plaintiffs' Committees in virtually every major airplane accident case and in non-aviation mass tort cases as well. We handle cases in federal and state courts throughout the United States on behalf of clients who reside in different parts of this country and around the world.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Aviation Law; Airplane Accidents; Helicopter Crash Litigation; Products Liability; Personal Injury; Wrongful Death; Transportation; Maritime Accidents; Medical Malpractice; Commercial Law; Insurance Litigation; Trial Practice; Appellate Practice; Federal Practice.