Baum, Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman is recognized as a preeminent plaintiffs’ mass disaster law firm which has represented thousands of victims in commercial transportation accidents and pharmaceutical personal injury and wrongful death cases across the United States and worldwide.
Their attorneys have appeared in the media over 2,500 times regarding high-profile aviation, bus, train and trucking disasters, as well as pharmaceutical drug product liability cases involving antidepressants and their association with birth defects, suicidality, and other serious side effects.
They are responsible for acquiring an unprecedented official public apology by a commercial airline. The accident giving rise to the apology was the January 8, 2003 crash of Air Midwest Flight 5481 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The firm has been acknowledged as playing a significant role in bringing about black-box warnings on the labels of more than 30 antidepressants concerning the increased risk of suicidality in children, adolescents and young adults