Drones have become quite popular toys for private citizens. Before you get too excited about your new drone, there are a few things you need to know before flying your new drone. The Federal Aviation (FAA) has developed guidelines for flying drones, which are unmanned aircraft. The FAA guidelines govern where, when, and how a drone can be flown. In addition to following the FAA guidelines below, an owner should also read their user manual completely, so that drone settings are understood. All drone owners must do the following:
- Register your drone online with the FAA. Once you are flying, keep your registration with you every time you fly your drone.
- Know what time of day and where you can fly your drone. Time of day and weather can drastically influence visibility, possibly increasing the possibility of a drone accident.
- Make sure you have proper insurance. If you are properly insured, the insurance company might cover some or all damages in a Drone Accident Claim.
- Protect the data that might be saved to the drone.
- Be aware of any commercial restrictions, if you are flying your drone off your own property.
While drones are popular toys and a fun hobby for tech enthusiasts and others, they can cause property damage and possibly hurt other people. If not operated properly and safely, a drone owner might find himself slapped with a Drone Injury Claim, asking for damages when someone is injured or their property is damaged in an accident.
Have you suffered from a Drone Crash Injury in or around Nashua, NH? If so, let an experienced Drone Accident Injury Lawyer from Bartis Law Office, PLLC guide you in recovering any and all damages you are owed. Call (603) 880-1300 today for a consultation.
What should I do if I am the victim in a Drone Accident?
Drones can cause physical injury and property damage. If someone’s drone has injured you or damaged any of your property, you should first seek medical attention for physical injury. You should also file a police report. Be sure to take photos and collect all medical bills, medical reports, and police reports. If there are any witnesses, make note of that. Once you are safe, contact a Drone Accident Lawyer, who can build your case and recover all damages due to you from any insurance and/or individuals. A lawyer will be able to investigate all events leading up to the accident and any injuries that results from the accident.
If you have been involved in a Drone Accident in or around Nashua, NH, your next step is to meet with an expert Drone Injury Lawsuit Attorney from Bartis Law Office. We can recover all damages resulting from your drone accident injury. Call (603) 880-1300 today for a consultation.
What damages can I recover from a drone accident?
The damages that might be recovered in drone accident are similar to those of any other personal injury accident. They include:
- Past and future medical bills
- Pain and suffering
- Past and future wage losses
- Loss of consortium
- Loss of earning capacity
- Disability benefits
If you are near Nashua, NH, and you think you are owed damages as a victim in a drone accident, reach out to an experienced Drone Accident Attorney at Bartis Law Office, PLLC to help you recover damages. Call (603) 880-1300 for a consultation.
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