Mr. Bhasker litigates civil claims on behalf of plaintiffs in state and federal courts. He attended Baylor Law School and was admitted into the New Mexico Bar in 2015.

Mr. Bhasker is an experienced litigator. Over the past ten years, he was involved in multi-district litigation (MDL) involving dangerous drugs and medical devices. He helped recover compensation for people taking harmful drugs like Avandia, Actos and Yaz. He also helped people whose hips were replaced with defective hip replacements manufactured by Johnson and Johnson, Zimmer, and Smith Nephew. He has also worked closely with several Plaintiff’s Steering Committees (PSC) and has conducted discovery review of thousands of corporate documents.

Along with MDL experience, Mr. Bhasker also litigates class actions. He is the co-lead counsel in several pending federal putative class actions. The putative class representatives have claims for violations of New Mexico laws and statutes, like the Unfair Practices Act. The putative class representatives seek to help thousands of consumers who were solicited and sold illusory automobile insurance by most, if not all, of the automobile insurance companies.

On January 7, 2020, he argued before the New Mexico Supreme Court regarding a certified question of law from the federal court.

Mr. Bhasker is also a trial lawyer. He investigates and prepares claims to present to a jury. He has successfully litigated semi-crash, medical malpractice, and nursing home abuse claims, some unfortunately involving death.

Mr. Bhasker is from Socorro, New Mexico and lives in Albuquerque where he raises his children with his wife.