Pilot Error Caused Crashes
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Pilot error is an issue in many aviation accidents. The pilot may have inadequate training or may make the wrong judgment. If there is a question about whether or not to fly, it is the pilot’s responsibility to make the decision.
The pilot’s go/no-go decision is critical to the safety of the flight. The pilot’s training, physical and mental condition, or drug and alcohol use can affect those decisions. At GRG, we investigate aviation accidents quickly and thoroughly to determine whether pilot error was a factor and gain an accurate understanding of what happened and why.
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