Marynell Maloney | San Antonio Personal Injury Lawyer
The Marynell Maloney Law Firm is a boutique litigation practice focused upon serious injury, complex and multi-party cases. From eighteen wheeler accidents, profound brain injuries cases involving medical malpractice and flawed pharmaceutical products, to multi-party nursing home abuse and neglect suits, the Marynell Maloney Law Firm focuses upon challenging, high stakes litigation.
At Marynell Maloney Law Firm, you will meet with passionate attorneys who strongly believe that the clients they represent should receive the focus, resources, effort and dedication necessary to maximize the value of each and every case. Accordingly, new cases are accepted on an extremely selective basis. There is never a charge for an initial consultation and all cases are handled on a contingency fee basis.
State Bar of Texas, Member
Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Director Emeritus
San Antonio Trial Lawyers Association, Member, Past President
College of the State Bar of Texas, Member
American Trial Lawyers Association, Member
American Civil Liberties Union of Texas, Past Vice President
Jewel Natkin Individually and on behalf of Aviva Silverstein vs. Living Centers of America
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Board Certified Personal Injury Trial Law - State Board of Texas
Top AV 5.0 rating for both ethics & competency - Martindale-Hubbell
Super Lawyer (top 5%) - Super Lawyers
Serving all of Bexar County including: Converse, Universal City, Lackland, Alamo Heights, and Kirby.
Free Consultation: (210) 212-8000.
Monday–Friday, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and at other times by appointment.
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Illegal Search & Seizure in OWI Arrest
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by Tracey Wood
Challenging Prior Under Influence Convictions
Our Supreme Court used the United States Supreme Court case of United Stated v. Curtis, 511 U.S. 485 (1994) as its model in Hahn. United States v. Curtis essentially held that a defendant may not collaterally attack prior convictions in a current federal prosecution in a current federal...
by Tracey Wood
Responsibilities of Employers in Managing Injury Claims
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by James Hoffmann