Is your FAA Pilot Medical Certificate in jeopardy? Have you received a denial letter from the FAA? Have you received a request for additional information letter from the Aviation Medical Certification Division (AMCD)? Do you need to disclose a medical condition? Have you tried to work through the application process on your own and need help?
Whether you are a student pilot applying for your first medical certificate, or an experienced ATP, our attorneys have the experience and knowledge to represent you and assist you in achieving your flying goals. Our firm concentrates in helping you obtain or retain your FAA Pilot Medical Certificate.
When a pilot receives a letter from the AMCD, it can appear to be an overwhelming situation. Barnett Law Offices are prepared to aggressively advocate for FAA medical certification. We have a proven track record of tackling tough certification issues such as alcohol and substance diagnoses, ADHD, diabetes, and cognitive disorders, just to name a few. Often times, we are able to assist our pilots without the expense of a hearing before an administrative law judge.
Our attorneys will represent you and provide legal services, consultation, negotiation, research, assistance, appropriate reporting of issues and all other circumstances that may affect obtaining and/or preserving your FAA medical certificate. We have the resources and connections to assist each pilot in navigating this complicated process. Our experience has provided us with valuable contact references so we can get you to the AME with the experience to manage your particular situation. Additionally, in the event further evaluations are required, we can assist in preparing each pilot to increase the likelihood of a good result. Our experience has shown that working with expert AMEs can greatly reduce the amount of time spent obtaining a pilot’s medical certificate.
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