From lessons learned in the tragedy of 911 to the Comair crash in Lexington Kentucky to the Germanwings “crash by pilot suicide”, Aviation Law continues to evolve and change along with the new technologies available in airplanes along with new causes of aviation disasters. Since beginning his aviation accident and disaster practice almost 15 years ago, Keith Williams has been at the forefront of Aviation Law while protecting his clients injured in aviation accidents or the families of those killed in aviation disasters.
The American Bar Association has invited Keith to speak at the 2015 Aviation Litigation National Institute at the University Club in New York City. His topic will be Trying Domestic Aviation Disasters: Common Themes from Lexington and Buffalo.
Keith is certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy, a designation that less than 1% of the attorneys in the United States have attained. He participates in many legal organizations to promote the protection of injured people’s rights, including serving as Vice-Chair of the American Association for Justice’s (AAJ) Aviation Section. Keith is passionately committed to protecting the rights of his clients injured in aviation disasters and accidents and is committed to sharing his experience doing so by mentoring and education attorneys across the country.