Five Killed in South Lake Tahoe Plane Crash

Five people were killed in a South Lake Tahoe plane accident Saturday evening. The crash and resulting 1 acre fire will necessitate that the people killed in this South Lake Tahoe wrongful death accident be identified through dental records. The plane that crashed was a Piper PA32-. In 2005, the same plane was involved in a crash on the Emerald Coast of Florida. The plane was registered to Francisco De La Mora from Fresno, CA. Jose Lopez, a spokesman for Jdm Transport, a transportation corporation owned by Mr. De La Mora, said the Fresno area business man had taken his wife, his daughter and a couple friends to Lake Tahoe on a day trip. We agree with the sentiments of the Claire Fortier, Mayor of South Lake Tahoe, as we at NV-Attorney.com offer our sympathies for the families involved in this Northern California airplane tragedy.

NV-Attorney is the Northern Nevada arm of the Las Vegas personal injury law firm, Benson and Bingham. We specialize in Northern Nevada Automobile crashes, casino and other premises liability accidents and Washoe County wrongful death cases. Our Nevada licensed attorneys have significant experience negotiating with insurance companies to ensure our clients receive the best possible remuneration for doctor’s bills, lost work, compensatory damages and pain and suffering. In 2010 and 2011, we secured over $24,000,000 in personal injury damages reimbursements. When we begin a case, we work very closely with our clients, and develop strong relationships with them that last for years.

The South Lake Tahoe airplane crash comes almost a year after the fatal crash at the Reno Air Races in 2011. The Reno wrongful death airplane crash from last September resulted in the death of 11 people and injured 69 people. The Reno Air Races crash occurred when a P-51D Mustang, piloted by Jimmy Leeward crashed to the ground in a crowd of spectators.

 

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