Many of the military hospitals treating our 1.35 million active-duty service members and their families are small, and their lack of traffic as compared to larger military or civilian hospitals compromises the ability to diagnose and treat serious illnesses. Continue reading
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) preliminary report in regards to the fatal air ambulance crash in Las Cruces, New Mexico, killing all four people on board, revealed that a technician filled the aircraft with the wrong fuel. It is still undetermined if this was the cause of the crash, but improper fueling is consistent with the evidence as to how the airplane crashed. Continue reading
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) identify, investigate and analyze data collected from aviation accidents to determine the root cause. It has been determined that most aviation accidents do not happen in isolation; rather, they are caused by a series of events, most of which are avoidable.
We learned quite a few facts about Slack & Davis Managing Partner Michael Slack after reading his profile in the Texas 2014 Super Lawyers magazine, titled Mission: Control. We thought we’d share here on our website. But, of course, we also highly recommend that you read the article. It’s good! Continue reading
The Las Cruces Sun-News continues its coverage of the August 27, 2014, crash of an air ambulance (Cessna 421C airplane) that killed four people. Slack & Davis attorney Mark Pierce provided information and insight about the crash in the latest article below. Continue reading