Travis Prince

Bailey & Glasser LLP - Morgantown
6 Canyon Road Ste 200
Morgantown, WV 26508
(304) 594-0087
www.baileyandglasser.comteam/travis-a-prince/


Practices

-High Stakes Litigation
-Products Liability - Personal Injury

Travis focuses his practice on medical malpractice, product liability and catastrophic personal injury cases. Prior to joining the firm, Travis was a law clerk to Judge Thomas H. Keadle in the 26th Judicial Circuit Court of West Virginia and most recently an Associate with Flaherty, Sensabaugh, Bonasso, PLLC.

Travis has successfully represented clients to verdict in West Virginia and his approach to litigation is greatly informed by his experiences at trial. "In my experience, trial preparation begins from the moment I first meet with a client," Travis said. "By proceeding in that manner, we are able to put our client in the best possible position to succeed at trial or obtain the best settlement possible."

Travis graduated with honors from West Virginia University College of Law as a Member of the Order of Barristers, an organization that recognizes law students for outstanding courtroom advocacy. While in law school, Travis was President of the Marlyn E. Lugar Mock Trial Association and represented the College of Law at competitions across the country.

Professional Involvement

Government Experience
26th Judicial Circuit Court of Appeals, West Virginia Circuit Court Hon. Thomas H. Keadle, Lewis and Upshur Counties, West Virginia Law Clerk

Bar Admissions

West Virginia

Court Admissions

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of West Virginia

Cases

In Re: Atrium Medical Corp. C-Qur Mesh Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2753) David Selby, II, serves on the Plaintiffs' Executive Committee for the multidistrict case, In Re: Atrium Medical Corp. C-Qur Mesh Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2753). The MDL consolidates federal lawsuits from all across the country against Atrium Medical Corporation. The lawsuits allege that the C-Qur Mesh manufactured by Atrium is made of polypropylene with an outer coating derived from fish oil. The lawsuits claim the fish oil coating on C-Qur mesh produces an allergic or inflammatory reaction that has caused serious injuries, including, organ perforations and bowel obstructions.