Since we won’t charge upfront legal fees, and since we charge nothing for our legal services unless we win compensation for you, feel free to contact us even if you think you can’t afford an attorney. If you have a good claim, we can wait until we win your case and take our legal fees as a percentage of the amount we win for you. And if we don’t win, you won’t owe us anything at all.
We can afford to make this offer because we win 95 percent of the cases we take. Since it is ultimately the defendant, not you, who pays our legal fees, it is the strength of your claim that matters, not the thickness of your wallet. On the rare occasions when one of our clients walks away empty-handed, we simply don’t think it’s fair to send them a bill. So we don’t.
The Chicago personal injury lawyers at Malman Law have an excellent reputation for winning at trial. The ironic effect of our strong reputation is that insurance companies and other defendants do NOT want to risk taking us to court. As a consequence, well over 90 percent of the claims we win come in the form of out-of-court settlements, not jury verdicts. You will probably never have to step into a courtroom.
“If anyone has a problem and is in need of help call Malman Law. At Malman Law you are not just a client, you are part of the family.” — Donyell G.
Below is only a partial list of the types of claims we handle most frequently:
If you were injured because of someone else’s misconduct, you have a claim for compensation under Illinois law. A legal claim is an abstract right, however, and turning that claim into cash typically requires skill, experience and an understanding of the Chicago legal system. Even if you win, your choice of lawyer can exert a tremendous impact on the amount of money you eventually receive.
The sooner you take action on your claim, the better your chances will be, because Illinois limits the time you have available to seek compensation. If you were injured in Lawndale, or if you live or work there, call us today at 1-888-836-5975 or contact us online to schedule a free initial case consultation. We have someone standing by 24/7, and if you can’t come to us, we’ll come to you.
Not automatically. In Illinois, violation of a traffic law is not considered automatic negligence, although it is strong evidence of negligence. In addition to proving negligence, you must also prove that the defendant’s negligence actually caused the accident.
No. A lawyer may not accept a settlement offer on behalf of his client without the client’s written permission. Violating this principle would result in disciplinary action from the bar association, including possible disbarment from the legal profession. In any case, we would never do that, because it is simply not fair to you.V
It depends on the facts of your case. Most claims don’t qualify. To qualify, the following must be true:
The following steps are typical:
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