Proudly Serving MD, VA & DC
Matt Maloney represents those who have suffered catastrophic injury and families who have lost someone due to negligence. In 20 years of practice, Matt has represented children suffering from cerebral palsy due to birth injury or birth trauma, construction workers who became paralyzed from spinal cord injury, victims of plane crashes, surgical error, misdiagnosis and exposure to products containing carcinogens. Matt practices in Maryland, including Baltimore City and Prince George’s County, in Washington, D.C., and in northern Virginia. Call today to consult free of charge.
Why Maloney Law Office?
A horrible injury, either yours or someone you care about, has changed your life. The injury may have been caused by a doctor, by defective construction equipment, by a car accident, or by any number of circumstances that the law terms negligence. You want to know whether you have a case. You may be worried about the statute of limitations. You are looking for answers. There are plenty of attorneys around, why should you call Matt Maloney?
- Matt will personally handle your case. If Matt accepts your case, you will deal with him rather than with a fleet of junior attorneys, paralegals or assistants because the attorney that you hired is “tied up.” Matt will work up your case from A to Z. He will personally investigate every aspect of your case and will walk you through each step.
- Matt will quickly tell you whether you have a case that he can accept. You may be unsure whether your facts add up to a case that can be brought. Sometimes Matt can answer that question in an initial meeting (at no charge) or phone call (at no charge) if the case is clear- cut. Often, however, records need to be collected and medical experts need to be consulted to determine whether you have a claim. Matt will get you the answer without delay.
- Matt will be honest with you. If Matt thinks that your case should go to trial rather than accept what the insurance company is offering, he will tell you why. If he thinks you should settle, he will tell you why. On the other hand, if Matt does not accept your case, he will tell you his reasons. It is important that you know the real reasons why attorneys turn down potential cases.