- The FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), a separate element of the U.S. government that is primarily responsible for the safety of civil aviation
- The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation), whose role is to investigate the possibility of sabotage or any other criminal act that may have contributed in any way to the accident
- The NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board), an independent federal agency in charge of investigating every civil aviation accident that takes place in the United States
- Other agencies such as the Red Cross, FEMA (Federal Emergency and Management Agency) or other state, local, or even foreign agencies (when appropriate)
If you or a loved one has been injured or killed in an airline related accident, call us today at 800-862-1260.