Alexandria, VA, July 15, 2013 – The National Air Transportation Association is pleased to offer its members a new money-saving program called NATA Aviation Legal Services Plan™. The Plan is administered by Aviation Legal Services, LLC and is exclusively available to NATA members. Eligible companies include aircraft management and charter operators, fractional ownership programs, maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities, fixed base operators, flight schools, parts manufacturers, and others.
NATA Aviation Legal Services Plan™ benefits will be available starting July 15, 2013, and include 24/7 telephone access to an experienced aviation attorney toll-free at 877-4-AIR-LAW (877-424-7529). The Plan also provides legal representation concerning FAA enforcement actions, drug and alcohol program inspections, the FAA Voluntary Disclosure Reporting Program, aircraft accident reporting, and more. Members may select from three levels of coverage, including either 10, 15, or 25 hours of pre-paid legal services per year. Additional legal service hours are available exclusively to NATA members at substantially reduced rates. Unused hours may be rolled-over into consecutive participation years (visit website for Plan details and restrictions). Cost of participation begins at $219 per month.
Legal services will be provided by The Aviation Law Firm, a top-rated national firm located near Washington, D.C., which is managed by Gregory S. Winton, Esq. According to Winton, “members of the NATA Aviation Legal Services Plan™ will immediately discover benefits including representation by an experienced aviation attorney, with proven results, that is available every day of the week, after business hours, and during holidays. This revolutionary Plan provides outstanding legal protection and peace of mind.”
“NATA is pleased to offer its members money-saving programs such as the new NATA Aviation Legal Services Plan™. Since our members operate 24-7 businesses, this new program is available when needed - all day and every day,” said NATA President and CEO Thomas L. Hendricks.
For information, call 877-4-AIR-LAW (877-424-7529) or visit www.AvLawServices.com.
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