Bailey Glasser has the experience and knowledge needed to deliver consequential results for our diverse range of clients in product liability cases. We understand these cases are often complex and technical. We bring intelligent aggression and substantial experience working product liability cases to verdict and, where in the best interests of the client, settle out of court on favorable terms.


The product liability lawyers at Bailey Glasser have a successful track record of prosecuting product liability lawsuits on behalf of plaintiffs who have been harmed, injured or killed because of defective products. We know the law and we will investigate the incident to determine if a defective product was the cause of your injuries. We also have substantial experience defending certain product liability lawsuits.

Product liability cases can be based on theories of strict liability, negligence, breach of warranty, or misrepresentation. In some cases, plaintiffs may choose to plead all of these theories and then investigate to see which are the most appropriate to pursue at trial.

How does a consumer know if they have a valid case against a consumer product? 

To recover damages under a theory of strict liability, for example, the plaintiff will need to prove with the assistance of a products liability lawyer that the product's condition was unreasonably dangerous, the dangerous condition existed when the product left the manufacturer’s control, and the plaintiff's injuries were caused by that condition. There are three main types of dangerous conditions or defects that can potentially give rise to liability. These include manufacturing defects, design defects, and marketing defects, also known as failures to warn.

If you successfully prove your case, you can potentially recover a wide range of compensatory damages, including medical bills, out-of-pocket expenses, the costs of future treatment, loss of income, mental anguish, and pain and suffering.

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  • Represented and continue to represent several individuals and families of those killed or injured by defective Taurus pistols that can fire when dropped; also represented a class of persons who purchased these defective and dangerous pistols, securing replacements and repairs for more than 1 million eligible guns
  • In Re Atrium Medical Corp. C-Qur Mesh Products Liability Litigation, MDL No. 2753 (Plaintiffs’ Executive Committee); this MDL consolidates federal lawsuits from all across the country against Atrium Medical Corporation and the lawsuits allege that the C-Qur Hernia Mesh manufactured by Atrium is defective and produces an allergic or inflammatory reaction which has caused serious injuries, including, organ perforations and bowel obstructions
  • Served on the Plaintiffs’ Lead Counsel Committee in the Toyota Unintended Acceleration MDL for the personal injury and wrongful death cases; worked extensively on this years-long litigation that resulted in hundreds of settlements for plaintiffs injured or killed in UA-related crashes, and over $1 billion in recovery for those who suffered diminution in value of their Toyota vehicles; Bailey Glasser was the only law firm to have to have partners serve on both the Economic Loss and Personal Injury/Wrongful Death Committees in that case
  • Participated extensively and served on the Plaintiffs’ Steering Committee and the tech subcommittee in nationwide litigation against Volkswagen arising out of fraud in connection with its allegedly “clean” diesel vehicles; reached the largest automotive defect class action settlement in history (over $11 billion)
  • Obtained a confidential settlement for young man injured from an exploding food container


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