Based in Tyler, Texas, the Bailey Law Firm is dedicated to providing the highest quality representation and achieving the best results possible for clients throughout Texas in personal injury law. Blake Bailey is an experienced Texas personal injury attorney who has received numerous awards for his legal expertise and accomplishments.
Mr. Bailey was featured in Fortune Magazine as one of the top 500 Lawyers in America and was recognized as an outstanding Plaintiff’s Trial Attorney by the legal publication Lawdragon. He has received the highest AV rating by Martindale Hubbell and is board-certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in personal injury trial law and civil appellate law – a distinction reserved only for attorneys who have demonstrated special competence and excellence in a area of law. Mr. Bailey is also a Diplomat in the American Board of Trial Advocates and past President of the East Texas Chapter, and was recently interviewed on “America’s Premier Lawyers” and The Law Business Insider. Most recently Mr. Bailey was entitled as a Texas “Super Lawyer”. Blake was also listed as Texas’ Top Rated Lawyers in 2014.
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Mr. Bailey has achieved verdicts in close to 200 jury trials in practice areas such as medical malpractice, insurance claims, environmental protection, product liability and automobile accidents, including a verdict in a single automobile-motorcycle accident for over $20,000,000.00. He has also published articles in several legal publications and lectured at several professional associations and law schools such as the American Board of Trial Advocates, the Houston Trial Lawyers Association, the Texas Trial Lawyers Association and Baylor Law School.
The Bailey Law Firm is pleased to represent the interests of clients injured by defective products. Product liability is an area of personal injury law involving defective products unreasonably dangerous to the consumer or bystander. All manufacturers owe a duty to the consumer to make their products reasonably safe, especially if the defect is hidden or not easily recognizable by the consumer.