Leading patient advocate and attorney for injury victims
Mr. Malone has a long list of courtroom wins in personal injury cases, and many other accomplishments in the law and advocacy. He is a leading author, lecturer and teacher.
1111 16th Street Northwest
Washington DC 20036
Injury lawyer, Patrick Malone, has an unsurpassed reputation for professional and distinguished trial work. The many client referrals he receives from both judges and other lawyers illustrate this reputation for excellence and professionalism.
Bar Number: Attorney
Yale Law School
Leonard Dooren began his career in 1992 as an attorney after graduating with honors from the Washington College of Law in the District of Columbia.
Before teaming with Patrick Malone, Mr. Dooren served for more than twelve years as defense counsel for the largest hospitals in D.C. and did work for the largest private insurer of doctors in D.C. defending medical malpractice cases in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia.
During those years Mr. Dooren learned first hand what the doctors and hospitals did right and unfortunately what they did wrong.
This experience is the single greatest asset that Mr. Dooren brings to his clients. Not every dreadful outcome is the result of bad care, but when bad care results in an injury, the tragic nature of avoidable injuries is heart wrenching. Mr. Dooren’s more than decade of experience helps tell the difference.
The daily grind as a defense attorney taught Mr. Dooren not only the lessons of the law, but more important, provided him with a unique opportunity to see the lawyers on both side in action. The ability to learn not only about what the doctors did right and wrong, but also what the lawyers did right and wrong is an invaluable resource for our clients and our team.
Mr. Dooren worked his way through law school in a small law office in the District of Columbia, Jay Weiss, P.C., specializing in personal injury. Mr. Dooren cut his teeth as a law student with hands on experience in hundreds of small personal injury cases. He has never forgotten or wavered from his role as the advocate for each and every one of his clients.
Washington College of Law, American University