Aviation accidents; defense of FAA certificate enforcement actions; NTSB trials; purchase/sale of aircraft.
Automobile collisions. Admiralty injuries. On-the-job injuries. Investment fraud. Business litigation.
Tom Flaherty recently passed a check ride under Federal Aviation Regulations to fly the B-25 as Second In Command. Commonly known as “SIC rating” by FAA and pilots, Tom is now qualified to fly the B-25 as co-pilot.
“Grumpy” and Tom photographed by a flight crew volunteer during a fuel stop on the way to the Royal Air Force centenary celebration at the National Air and Space Museum in Washington D.C. on April 13-17, 2018.
“Grumpy” is a B-25D—owned by the Historical Flight Foundation of Everett, WA—in which I conducted flight training and passed my FAA check ride in.