San Antonio, Texas Aerospace and Aviation Attorneys

Compare 4 attorneys and 4 law firms in San Antonio , TX. Sort by highest rating and years of aerospace and aviation experience.

Fidel Rodriguez Jr.
San Antonio aerospace and aviation attorney at Fidel Rodriguez with 40 years experience

111 Soledad, Suite 1300, San Antonio, TX 78205

Edward Valdespino
San Antonio aerospace and aviation attorney at Strasburger and Price with 33 years experience

300 Convent Street, Suite 900, San Antonio, TX 78205

Randy Young
San Antonio aerospace and aviation attorney at Gendry and Sprague with 23 years experience

645 Lockhill Selma, San Antonio, TX 78216

David Harris
San Antonio aerospace and aviation attorney at The Law Office of Pamela Harrigan-Young with 23 years experience

10101 Reunion Place, Suite 600, San Antonio, TX 78216

Need help with an aviation or aerospace matter?

An aviation or aerospace attorney focus on matters related to air travel or the aerospace industry. Aviation law are the rules and regulations that govern all aspects of aircraft operations by both individuals, both pilots and passengers, and businesses including airlines. Aviation laws are set by cities, states, Federal agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration and by international law. Aviation law controls activities and procedures for airplane pilots, airplane repairmen, flight controllers, baggage handlers and others.

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  • Credentials ‐ How many cases has this attorney worked on similar to yours?
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