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Welcome To The General Aviation Law Firm, P.C.

Our mission is to serve you, the aircraft owner and pilot.  When it comes to aviation law, experience counts.  It is more important to have the right aviation specialist than the lawyer down the street.  With the convenience of email, phone, and videoconferencing, we are able to effectively and efficiently service clients in all 50 states.

Our firm handles all transactions for aircraft owners (and prospective ones). Whether you are selling, buying, or leasing an aircraft, we have you covered.  You need the right team of professionals to acquire and maintain your critical aviation assets: and it starts with The General Aviation Law Firm, P.C.  We can also help We are intimately familiar with Part 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations, and more importantly, how to keep you from inadvertent flight into FAR Part 135. 

The Federal Aviation Administration is your friend, until they are not.  When incidents, accidents, or FAR violations occur, certificated pilots and mechanics need a skilled aviation lawyer who knows how to navigate both the investigative process with the Flight Standards District Office and (if needed) the certificate enforcement action.  Our attorneys handle appeals at National Transportation Board hearings before Administrative Law Judges, and further appeals to the full NTSB and beyond.

Having trouble with your aviation insurance carrier getting a claim paid?

Are they willing to pay but offering too little?

We know their systems, how they think, and can help you navigate through the process to get a favorable resolution.

 

For more information, please visit our Areas of Practice and Digital Aviation Encyclopedia.

Our principal attorney Scot Williams is an FAA licensed commercial pilot with multi-engine and instrument ratings, and has logged over 2,100 flight hours. He has owned his 2006 Cirrus SR20 since new, where he slowly earned a Ph.D. in Aircraft Maintenance Financing from the University of Hard Knocks. Scott is a panel attorney for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association’s Pilot Protection Services (aka, Legal Services Plan). Currently, Scott is an active member of the Cirrus Owners and Pilots Association, where he serves on the Board of Directors as their Vice President.