Dallas/Fort Worth based pilot, Richard Levy provides aviation consulting and expert witness services to plaintiff and defense aviation attorneys. Aviation is a broad industry, and Richard is skilled in such disciplines as aviation engineering, commercial aviation, pilot selection and hiring, flight aviation, aviation law, flight instruction and training, military and other types of government operations, airline management, safety engineering, as well as the more business-oriented areas in the sector.


I love aviation, aviation law, aviation procedures, and human (piloting) factors/behavior. Aviation is my passion. I find the legal profession fascinating and am happy to provide my expertise for your case.


The following is one example of a legal trial in which I participated as an aviation expert witness.

Schuler v. United States, 675 F. Supp. 1088 (W.D. Mich. 1987)

September 21, 1987

Defendants representing the United States of America: Richard Clark, US Department of Justice and Jerome Jones Asst. Chief Counsel, Litigation Division, Federal Aviation Administration.

Plaintiffs alleged the Government and other defendants negligently caused the death of two occupants of a twin-engine aircraft (Cessna 401) that crashed on the approach to the Muskegon County Airport, MI airport on June 30, 1981.