Malloy Law Offices, LLC is based in Bethesda, Maryland. Our attorneys represent clients in Maryland, Virginia, and the entire Washington, D.C. area, including Montgomery County, Prince George's County, Arlington County, and beyond. The firm concentrates much of its practice on Personal Injury litigation, including auto accidents and premises liability cases. Committed To Making A Difference Malloy Law Offices, LLC places high importance on helping our clients reach their goals. Our committed attorneys and staff strive to make a difference in our client's lives through excellent personalized service, strong legal knowledge and hard work. Our legal team values relationships. First and foremost, we forge a close partnership with our clients. We inform them of the progression of their cases on a consistent basis. As your law firm we will make sure your rights are protected and your questions get answered. A Strong Litigation Background Founding attorney Seann P. Malloy is a skilled litigator with extensive courtroom experience. He has tried cases shortly after he began practicing in 2004. Mr. Malloy and trial lawyer Aleksandr Shubin are equipped with strong backgrounds in complex commercial litigation. They translate their passion for their client'sinterests into successful outcomes derived from creative litigation and unrelenting attention to sound trial practices. Since then, attorneys Danielle Garcia and Stephen Caramenico have joined with the firm. Together with their skills in litigation, they make Malloy Law Offices, LLC a very powerful ally both in and out of court. Contact Us To Discuss Your Legal Needs Contact Malloy Law Offices, LLC to discuss your legal matter. We offer a free initial consultation regarding all injury matters. If you or a family member were hurt because of someone else's negligence or recklessness, you should talk to an attorney who understands the complexities of personal injury law and who understands your situation. You should not accept an insurance settlement without seeking legal advice first.