Gail Barsky has dedicated her legal career to handling thousands of Personal Injury cases from the pre-litigation stage through jury trial and is licensed to practice law in Arizona and Pennsylvania. Attorney Barsky has expertise in personal injury, products liability, premises liability and automobile law. Barsky has gained valuable civil law experience from both sides of the courtroom representing plaintiffs and defendants.
Attorney Barsky began her legal career in the Federal Government in Philadelphia, then later assumed the Managing Trial Attorney position for Nationwide Insurance Company for 14 years.
Phoenix personal injury attorney Gail Barsky has spent over 8 years handling Arizona personal injury cases including fighting for injured victims. Gail has negotiated millions of dollars in personal injury settlements before joining the legal team atMayesTelles.
Since 2017, Barsky serves as an Adjunct Professor at Brighton College, where she teaches paralegal students.
Barsky is currently serving her second consecutive terms on the Board of Directors for Scottsdale Bar Association and Maricopa County Bar Association. Barsky has also served on The Phoenix Philanthropists Board for the last six years.
Barsky participated in 2012-2015 in the Mock Trial Competitions as a State Tournament Judge in the Final Competitions for Arizona Foundation for Legal Services & Education.
While in college and all through her formal education, Barsky worked several jobs to support herself and pay for her tuition. It was as a teenager that Barsky decided to become a lawyer and give back to the community. Community involvement and volunteerism have been a way of life for her since she was a teenager, including serving in leadership positions. Barsky can frequently be found volunteering for public service organizations which are dedicated to serving the elderly and the U.S. Veterans, providing pro-bono free legal advice to individuals who cannot afford the services of a lawyer, feeding the homeless and helping troubled teenagers in shelter homes.
Barsky has also actively raised money for breast cancer research after four of her friends were diagnosed with breast cancer, including being awarded, “The Number #1 Individual fund-raiser For City of Hope nationally. Barsky was also a member of The Board of Trustees of Temple University for seven consecutive years.
After law school, Barsky earned her LL.M. in Trial Advocacy at Temple University Beasley School of Law, which has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report, as among the top three trial advocacy programs in the country for more than twenty years.