Personal Injury For Maryland and the District of Columbia

Firm Overview

In the business world, everyone is trying to protect his or her own interests. Often, the interests of parties to a contract or other business relationship conflict and legal issues arise. At the Malloy Law Offices, LLC in Bethesda, Maryland, we have extensive experience protecting the interests of our business clients in commercial and business disputes. Mr. Malloy represents individuals and corporate clients who conduct business in a wide range of areas and are embroiled in a variety of commercial, contractual, and personal disputes.

Whether you are anticipating a dispute, involved in a breach of contract claim, negotiating a contract, setting up a corporation, or headed for litigation, Mr. Malloy is here to protect your interests, advocate for you, and seek the most favorable resolution of your matter. Whether your dispute can be resolved through tough negotiation or we proceed to litigation, you will always have a talented and experienced civil litigator protecting you.
Main Office

7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 1440
Bethesda  MD  20814

  • 202-464-0727
Personal Injury
Mr. Malloy's goal is to translate his passion for his clients' interest into successful outcomes derived from creative litigation and unrelenting attention to sound trial practices.
Mr. Malloy's litigation practice is not one in which he handles a large volume of personal injury cases on an assembly line basis. He has, however, successfully handled personal injury cases, including actions on behalf of victims of crimes. He has also defended businesses and individuals against personal injury claims.

Seann Malloy

  • Loyola University School of Law - New Orleans, Louisiana
    Juris Doctor , 2004


    Maryland - Admitted 2006
    District of Columbia - Admitted 2005
    Florida - Admitted 2004
    United States District Court for the District of Columbia
    United States District Court for the District of Maryland
    United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit
    United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit


    Loyola University School of Law - New Orleans, Louisiana
    Juris Doctor - May 2004

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