Here at Malman Law, we are just like anyone else – we don’t like wasting our money. No matter who you are, we’re pretty sure you’re no different. Because of this, and because we win 95 percent of our cases, we charge no upfront fees. If you are like 95 percent of our clients who receive compensation, your legal fees will be deducted from your compensation after it arrives.
In the unlikely event that you are among the five percent who do not recover compensation, your total legal bill will be precisely $0.00. Unlike, for example, an auto insurance company (which loses money when it pays your claim), we only win if you win too. And if you win big, we win too. That’s what puts us on the same side, and we like it that way.
The human body is fragile – a car accident, a dog bite, medical malpractice, or even an intentional assault can all send you to the hospital. If your injury occurred because of the misconduct of someone else, you have a legal claim for damages under Illinois law. Even if the defendant lacks the financial resources to pay, in many cases an insurance company or an employer, can be compelled to pay. It is our job to make sure that happens, and to make sure you get 100 percent of what you’re entitled to.
Steve and Kelly were great! The entire process moved much faster than we thought it would. We received a nice size settlement. I would highly recommend Malman Law! — Susan
Below is only a partial list of the types of claims we handle:
Only about 5 percent of our clients’ claims are resolved in court. Although we can make no guarantees, it is overwhelmingly likely that your claim will never be litigated in court. Instead, we can negotiate a private settlement with the defendant. Insurance companies are particularly likely to settle – since they already know our reputation, they certainly don’t want to face us in court.
Over the years, Malman Law has represented over 20,000 personal injury victories and has won hundreds of million dollars in compensation for our clients. Call us today at 1-888-836-5975 or contact us online for a free initial consultation. We are ready to take your call 24/7, and if you are too injured to come to us, we can meet you at Roseland Community Hospital or wherever else you may be recovering.
Yes, you certainly can, even though most personal injury claims arise out of negligence. You might even qualify for punitive damages in addition to ordinary compensatory damages. Keep in mind, however, that few insurance policies cover punitive damages.
Fairly low, although it depends on the facts of your case. Illinois courts are reluctant to award punitive damages even when the accident was clearly the defendant’s fault. To win, you will need to offer solid evidence that the defendant’s conduct was outrageous. You might win punitive damages, for example, if a surgeon operated on you while intoxicated.
You should be prepared to tell us:
You will need to seek an alternative source of compensation, such as:
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