FAA reports plane flying to Buffalo, NY crashed killing pilot and passenger.
Buffalo, NY(JusticeNewFlash.com)–The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) www.faa.gov confirmed the single-engine plane crash in Mayfield Village, Ohio, on Tuesday, killed two Buffalo, New York, personal injury lawyers. As reported by wgrz NBC Buffalo news affiliate, the pilot, Michael Doran, a 51 year-old attorney with the mesothelioma cancer injury law firm of Doran & Murphy, and his passenger, 26 year-old associate Matthew Schnirel, took off form Cuyahoga County Airport, in Cleveland, after a day of legal business. The New York bound Cirrus SR22 single engine plane crashed about 3 miles east of the Cleveland area airport runway just after 4 p.m.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) www.ntsb.gov arrived at the fatal aviation accident scene, on Wednesday, to investigate the possible cause of the plane crash. Both Doran and Schnirel were experienced pilots and are commended, by Cleveland area residents, for steering the plane away from homes right before the crash. Aviation accident investigators claim Doran was attempting to turn the plane around to head back to the airport when he crashed. Doran was an experienced civil trial litigator successful in legal actions involving asbestos exposure, mesothelioma lung cancer, railroad, truck wrecks, and motor vehicle collision injury claims for over 25 years.
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