Boeing 747 Plane Crash Case

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A Boeing 747 is preparing to land at the Jacksonville’s airport and an amatuer drone operator is nearby filming airplanes as they fly by without the airports approval. The drone operator decides it would be cool too get a shot of a Boeing landing, and the pilot does so, but doesn’t realize how close his drone is to one of the engines of the plane and it ends up getting sucked in. This causes the Boeing pilot to loose control of the airplane lucky the pilot was skilled enough to proceed with a crash landing while keeping most of the fuselage intact. The crash caused the pilots and passengers to get jolted around in the aircraft. Luckly most people were still wearing seat belts but others that werent are severly injured, and are in critical condition but the majority of everyone is was helped out of the plane wreck and had nothing worse that a concussion with some of the passengers not even remembering that they were on a plane. 30 people are in critical…show more content…
We already know the Drone operator is at fault because he broke multiple regulations This paper will go over the torts in this case and use resources to explain why the drone operator is at fault. These torts involve the drone being operated in a no fly zone, We will also go over the money that the operator would be fined for the reckless behavior.

Tort #1 Tresspassing

Tresspassing is a big no when it comes to flying a drone. The reason is because it can cause accidents like the one we are talking about now. According to Michael Spanel, "Section 520 of the Second 4 Restatement of Torts suggests that the following factors be considered in determining whether an activity is abnormally dangerous:

(a) existence of a high risk of some harm to the person, land or chattels of others;

(b) likelihood that the harm that results from it will be great;

(c) inability to eliminate the risk by the exercise of reasonable

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