Championing the Rights of Personal Injury Plaintiffs
George T. Baxter, Esq. selected from America’s top trial lawyers for the “Trial Lawyer of the Year Public Achievement Award” for protecting health care consumers in the well reported case, Snyder v. AABB, 282 N.J. Super 23 (App. Div. 1995), affirmed 144 N.J. 269 (1996).
Mr. Baxter successfully fought a six-year courtroom battle against the United States Blood Industry and Federal Food And Drugs Administration for the rights of individual patients, including men, women and children, who were given AIDS contaminated blood products during heart surgeries and child deliveries. He won the only jury verdict in history that fueled a Congressional investigation into industry practices and FDA conflicts of interest that allowed thousands of people to get AIDS contaminated blood products.
The Baxter Law Firm handles product liability, medical malpractice, and personal injury cases, including auto accidents and wrongful death cases.
GEORGE T. BAXTER, ESQ.
Ranked among the top ten personal injury lawyers by the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys.
Named Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice, Washington, D.C.
Our results speak for itself. George has fought and won the difficult cases in trial courts, appellate courts and the New Jersey State Supreme Court.
We investigate and research every detail of every case to win the best out come possible. Mr. Baxter is “hands on” every aspect of your case, from beginning to end. With 30 years experience he is commited to achieving the best result posible for you.
We focus on personal injury, medical malpractice, product liability and many other types of cases. If you have been seriously injured and want to discuss your case with an experienced trial lawyer then give us a call. Mr. Baxter will answer all your questions and guide you each step of the way.
RESULTS THAT SPEAK FOR ITSELF:
- $2.7 M Medical Malpractice and Negligence for a woman given an AIDS contaminated unnecessary blood transfusion during orthopedic surgery.
- $1.1M Medical Malpractice for negligently performed cystoscopy that caused nerve damage.
- $1.4 M Corporate Buyout Arbitration Award
- $7.2 M Medical Malpractice for the wrongful diagnosis of a disease and demise of a young woman.
- $2.1M Entire Blood Industry Lagged Behind Available Technology
- $1.5 M Orthopedic Medical Malpractice and negligence
- 1.3 M Products Liability for Defective Machine Design
- $800,000 Medical Malpractice misdiagnose
- $750,000 Negligent Screening of blood product
- $1,500,000 Product Liability Settlement
- $500,000 Auto/Pedestrian Award
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