The human skeleton is more fragile than it looks, and bones can break in a variety of ways. The most common cause of bone fractures, at least those that trigger compensation claims, are car wrecks and slip and fall accidents. When the accident was caused by someone else’s misconduct, you need to take legal action – and you’re going to need assistance.
Many personal injury victims are dangerously unaware of the true value of their claim. In all likelihood, you are entitled to far more than reimbursement for your medical expenses. You may be entitled to compensation for future medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and perhaps even punitive damages. We can help you calculate the true value of your claim.
At Malman Law, we let the numbers do the talking for us:
Enough said? We hope so.
Upwards of 90 percent of our personal injury clients walk away with negotiated settlements. All bargaining, however, takes place “in the shadow of the law.” To win a decent settlement, you must prepare a case featuring admissible evidence that strikes fear into the heart of the opposing party whenever you mention the option of going to court. That’s our specialty.
“Kent and his team were fantastic!! They helped us with all our questions and resolved our case with Great Results!!! Highly recommend this firm!!!!” — Patti C.
At Malman Law, we represent victims of any type of personal injury. We always represent victims, never defendants. The following are some of our related areas of practice:
There are too many to list here. The following are some of the most popular:
Do not post on any of your social media accounts until the case is over. You can expect the other side, especially the insurance company, to be monitoring them. If you broke your foot, for example, a newly uploaded photo of you standing – even if it was taken before the accident – can be used to assert that your injury is not as severe as you are claiming.
The list is long and distinguished – the following are only a few examples:
Many different areas of the law might come into play, depending on the circumstances of your case. Possible examples include:
Malman Law is not an exclusive country club for rich people, and we don’t look for excuses to inflate “billable hours.” In fact, we don’t bill by the hour at all – our bill is calculated as a percentage of the compensation you receive. That means you can afford to retain us without a dime to your name. It’s the quality of your claim that matters, not the size of your wallet.
2 years ago I was involved in a trucking accident involving a 14-wheeler truck that nearly disabled me for life. Steve fought to make sure that I received the most possible compensation for my injuries. I was about to take the insurance company’s lowball offer, but decided to call Steve first – it was the best decision I’ve made yet
NOAH TAFFELPersonal Injury Victim