Our automotive cases range from people and families injured or killed by defective vehicles, to class actions seeking compensation for owners of vehicles with hidden safety defects, to those cases focused on holding automakers accountable for lying to environmental regulators how clean (or dirty) is the vehicle's condition.

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Bailey Glasser lawyers are among the best in the business for automotive litigation. They routinely take on important roles in high-stakes cases and also represent individuals injured or killed by defective vehicles. Firm partners Ben Bailey and Eric Snyder were appointed by the presiding judge to leading roles for the plaintiffs in multidistrict litigation consolidating more than 300 cases alleging sudden acceleration problems with millions of Toyota vehicles. Ben Bailey was appointed to the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee in the Volkswagen Clean Diesel litigation. Our lawyers have been quoted in national media outlets regarding the sudden acceleration cases including New York Times, Dateline NBC, and CNN.

Whether the case is a nationwide class action or a single-vehicle crash, we bring a diverse and dedicated team to the table. We are just as at home trying cases, working through complex legal issues, or managing the mountains of e-Discovery produced by automakers as we are at getting our hands dirty examining a wrecked vehicle or a crash scene.

If you or a family member have been injured by a defective vehicle, if you believe your vehicle might have a safety or emissions defect, or if you are another lawyer with a case like these, our lawyers are standing by to help.

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