George T. Baxter, Esq.
Three decades of winning is experience you can trust.
I am driven by the personal reward of fighting for clients to assist them in getting their lives back on track after a major accident which may have changed their lives.
For over thirty years, I have fought to help my clients during their times of great difficulty.
It is what I do: I help people.
After serving with distinction in the United States Marine Corps between 1969 to 1972, in Asia, I began the journey to become a lawyer to fight for people who need justice.
Rutgers Law School, Newark, New Jersey, awarded me the most promising trial lawyer award and their distisquished student award upon graduation in 1983.
My first national landmark case was Snyder v. American Association of Blood Banks, 144 N.J. 269 (1996). I won the only jury verdict in history against the billion dollar a year blood industry. The evidence at trial established that an industry conspiracy allowed thousands of AIDS contaminated blood products to be distributed to Americans - and distributed globally. The case fueled a congressional investigation into the blood industry and government regulators. My client, William Synder, and I remained friends until his demise.
Soon after, in 1999-2001, I co-founded a vaccine company that took on the humanitarian challenge of developing the world's first AIDS vaccine. When AIDSVax went public, I served as the senior vice-president, general counsel and the board.
Later, the Trial Lawyers for Public Justice nominated me for their "Trial Lawyer of the Year, Public Achievement Award," for winning the historic Snyder case and protecting health care consumers.
If you would like to discuss your legal situation, I will be pleased to listened and offer you my thoughts without any obligation.
Just call my office for a one on one private consultation. If you request, we can also do a Zoom conference call, due to covid precautions.