Personal Injury Attorney

You may have the right to recover compensation if you’ve recently been injured through little-to-no fault of your own. The experienced personal injury attorneys at Bailey Glasser, LLP are ready to be your fiercest advocate and fight to get you a meaningful financial recovery.

Since 1999, Bailey Glasser, LLP has helped catastrophically injured victims and grieving families stand up, tell their stories, and demand the compensation they deserve. Our top-rated trial attorneys have helped clients achieve life-changing results in cases involving car accidents, product liability, medical malpractice, wrongful death, and other complex matters. 

Insurance companies and corporations often believe that they’re above the law – and they’ll do anything to stand between you and the money you need. Bailey Glasser, LLP is here to help you hold them accountable and make things right. Call our law office – with more than 19 locations nationwide – to learn more. Your first consultation is free, so contact us today. 

Types of Personal Injury Cases We Handle

At Bailey Glasser, LLP, we proudly advocate for clients in personal injury cases involving:

  • Car accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Motorcycle accidents
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Matters of premises liability
  • Defective products
  • Defective medical devices
  • Defective firearms
  • Medical negligence
  • Nursing home abuse and neglect
  • Workplace accidents
  • Gas explosions
  • Construction accidents
  • Catastrophic injury
  • Asbestos and lung disease
  • COVID-19 long-term disability
  • Sexual assault
  • Institutional abuse and neglect
  • Wrongful death
  • And more

If you’ve been hurt because of a defective product or as a result of another person’s negligent or intentionally harmful actions, you have rights. Our personal injury lawyers are here to help you assert those rights and demand accountability where and when it matters.

What’s My Personal Injury Case Worth?

There’s no set settlement value for personal injury cases. Every accident, every incident resulting in injury or death is different. Every victim is incredibly unique.

In turn, the specific details and circumstances of your situation will dictate the amount of money you may be able to recover in a personal injury lawsuit.

  • How old are you?
  • How has your earning capacity changed since you were injured?
  • Are you able to continue working since the accident?
  • What types of injuries have you sustained?
  • Have you been diagnosed with a permanent impairment or disability?
  • What steps did you take to mitigate your injuries?
  • Has the injury aggravated a pre-existing medical condition?
  • Do you share responsibility for the accident or resulting trauma?
  • What are the emotional and psychological ramifications of your accident?

The more your life changes – and the higher your related costs – the more you can generally expect your personal injury case to be worth.

Of course, hiring an attorney can help you win your case and maximize your financial recovery. The insurance industry acknowledges that plaintiffs who seek legal counsel not only win more often, but tend to win awards up to three-and-a-half times higher than those who don’t.

Your choice of personal attorney matters. At Bailey Glasser, LLP, we have decades of experience handling complex personal injury cases just like yours. Our commitment to our clients, creative and detailed approaches to the cases we handle, and winning results have gained us national recognition and awards.

We’ve achieved billion-dollar results in state and federal courts for clients across 40 states and Washington, D.C.

Don’t settle for less than you deserve. Call our personal injury attorneys to discover how they might be able to help you get the best outcome in your case, too.

Damages Available to Accident Victims

As the victim of an avoidable injury, you can generally recover compensatory damages. Compensatory damages are broken down into two categories: economic and non-economic.

Economic damages, which are sometimes also referred to as pecuniary damages, are intended to make you financially whole. 

Compensation can include money for verifiable (or projectable) monetary costs and losses, such as:

  • Medical bills
  • Rehabilitation
  • Therapy
  • Property damage
  • Nursing assistance
  • Lost wages and income
  • Lost job benefits
  • Reduced earning capacity

Non-economic damages, also known as non-pecuniary awards, are intended to make up for the difficult-to-value trauma and life changes you experience.

Compensation can include money for:

  • Pain and suffering
  • Emotional distress
  • Reduced quality of life
  • Loss of consortium
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Embarrassment
  • Disfigurement

In some situations, a jury may decide that an award of punitive damages is appropriate, too. Punitive damages are reserved for situations when a defendant has clearly displayed a conscious disregard for a person’s safety or caused intentional harm.  

How Can Shared Affect Impact a Personal Injury Lawsuit?

Accidents can be complicated and, in some cases, more than one person’s negligence can be a contributing factor. When you contribute to an accident in which you are injured, your state’s contributory fault laws will play an important role in how much – if any – compensation you’ll be able to receive in a third party claim.

Depending on where you live, your state will have adopted one of three different systems: contributory negligence, pure comparative negligence, or modified comparative negligence.

In contributory negligence states – including Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Alabama, and Washington, D.C. – sharing any responsibility for an accident is an automatic bar to recovery. 

In pure comparative negligence states – including California, Florida, Missouri, and New York – damages are reduced in direct proportion to degree of fault. 

In modified comparative negligence states – including Delaware, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and West Virginia – damages are reduced up until liability exceeds a set threshold. Some states have a 50 percent bar to recovery, while others have a 51 percent limitation. Once liability exceeds the established bar, damages are disallowed.

Don’t let an insurance company or corporation point fingers and attempt to shift blame to you without justification. Put an experienced personal injury lawyer from Bailey Glasser, LLP in your corner to protect you. We’ll anticipate victim-blaming tactics and fight for you at every turn.

Why You Should Call the Personal Injury Lawyers at Bailey Glasser, LLP

There’s a lot riding on your personal injury case. This is your sole opportunity to assert your legal rights and demand financial justice for the injuries, costs, and suffering you’ve endured. You don’t have to go it alone.

The personal injury attorneys at Bailey Glasser, LLP are prepared to be the sense of support, guidance, and strength you need during this incredibly challenging season of your life.


  • Carefully investigate the accident or incident that caused you to get hurt
  • Collaborate with respected experts and specialists with information and knowledge relevant to your case
  • Gather evidence that can be used to strengthen and support your claim for damages
  • Handle settlement conferences and work to leverage a meaningful offer on your behalf
  • Provide detailed answers to your most pressing questions
  • Offer advice when you’re tasked with making important decisions about your case
  • Be prepared to bring your case to trial, if necessary

Benefit from our winning reputation, proven results, and extensive experience handling complex personal injury cases like yours. We’ve won billion-dollar results for our clients, and we’re ready to fight to get you the results you deserve, too.

You only have a limited time to file a personal injury lawsuit, so call our personal injury law firm to get started. A member of our legal team is always available to arrange a time for your free consultation.