Aviation News & Commentaries
Arthur Alan Wolk Comments on Recent Events
(Update 07/17/2013) Animations of the crash of Asiana Flight 214 leave no question why accident occurred and confirm the description of its cause given by Arthur Alan Wolk on MSNBC's Hardball just after it happened. [more]
Asiana Flight 214 Crash: Cockpit Resource Managment Failure?
(07/08/2013) The crash of Asiana Flight 214 brings to public scrutiny once again the subject of cockpit resource management. Why didn't the First Officer, likely also a Captain if this were a training check ride as reported, with 3200 hours flying the Boeing 777 speak up as soon as the Captain with only 43 hours in the 777 had allowed the aircraft to slow below its V-Ref, the safe approach speed computed for weight and temperature? [more]
Asiana Flight 214 Crash Landing
TWA Flight 800: Missile Theory Bogus
(06/26/2013) Seventeen years after the crash of TWA 800, some of the crash investigators have disavowed the findings of the NTSB that an explosion of the center fuel tank caused this tragedy. They claim that a missile, not the same kind of explosion that blew the sister ship to this one out of the sky in Spain years earlier, was the cause. [more]
The Wolk Law Firm In The News
Featured in nationally televised news reports on networks such as CNN, MSNBC and in publications including USA Today, Arthur Alan Wolk and The Wolk Law Firm hold a prominent status as one of the top aviation law firms and foremost experts of aviation litigation in the nation.
Wolk was recently honored by being assigned the very first televised argument before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Arthur Wolk Televised Argument before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court
PA Supreme Court
Obama Plane Incident
FAA Order to Inspect
Continental Flight 3161
American Airlines 331
FAA Computer Glitch
NW Pilots Sleeping
Air France 447 Crash
American Eagle Crash
USAir Flight 427 Crash
Wolk Flies F9F