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Bailey & Partners: Aviation And Business Litigation, Personal Injury

Bailey & Partners: Aviation And Business Litigation, Personal Injury
(Standing, from left): Rachelle Brewer, Carlos Salazar, Katrina Yu. (Seated, from left): Patrick Bailey, Keith Lovendosky. (Photo by Amy Cantrell)

For nearly three decades, Bailey & Partners has been a go-to law firm for cases involving plaintiffs' aviation cases, including both aviation-related and complex aviation business litigation.

The firm has also achieved a substantial number of verdicts and settlements in the area of catastrophic injury including a very recent $1.25 million settlement involving traumatic brain injury from carbon monoxide poisoning.


Recent victories also include an eight-figure settlement in an aviation case, a $12 million whistleblower verdict, a $2.75 million bathtub scald injury award, a $4.2 million pharmaceutical settlement, and a $4.25 million aircraft accident settlement. The firm has also been extremely successful in airplane interior completion disputes, having prosecuted two negligent interior completion cases involving privately owned Boeing aircrafts. One case garnered a $7.7 million award and another resulted in a $12.4 million award.

"There's probably no other firm in the country that has prosecuted two negligent interior completions on privately-owned, big Boeing aircraft," Patrick Bailey notes. "For a firm to be called upon twice for a matter involving so much money and such high risk is a pretty unique attribute."


Bailey is a member of the invitation-only American Board of Trial Advocates, and, along with his partner Keith A. Lovendosky, has been regularly included in Southern California Super Lawyers. Both are also AV Preeminent rated by Martindale-Hubbell, the organization's highest rating for legal ability and professional ethics.

2800 28th Street, Suite 200
Santa Monica, CA 90405
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