Top attorney for Zantac lawsuits ensure clients receive fair outcomes

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Malman Law

Malman Law puts their clients first. Founder and President Steven Malman makes sure of it.

As one of Chicago’s leading authorities on personal injury law since 1994, Malman handles nursing home, medical malpractice, premises liability, construction and workers’ compensation cases. He also takes a special interest in defending the elderly from neglect and abuse.

A lifelong resident of the Chicago area, Malman decided to commit his life to providing a voice for those who have been harmed by the misdeeds of others. His work throughout the years has strengthened his innate ability to emphasize with his clients and recognize the impact of a personal injury. 

This commitment and passion for helping families and individuals who have been mistreated, injured and otherwise harmed by large corporations results in optimal outcomes. To ensure each client receives an individually crafted approach, Malman is involved in all of his firm’s cases by making himself readily available to clients.

For more than 25 years, the personal injury lawyers at Malman Law have collected hundreds of millions of dollars, including cases that carried six, seven and eight figure settlements, on behalf of their clients. In addition, the firm has helped over 25,000 injured people throughout Chicago and the greater Illinois area.

Malman’s staff is composed of highly skilled personal injury and workers’ compensation lawyers equipped with the proper resources to provide clients the best legal representation possible.

The team is accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and they accept requests for free case evaluations. The firm also offers English and Spanish speaking lawyers throughout Chicago.

Regardless of whether someone has the financial means to pay, Malman Law serves as an advocate for all injured persons and believes they should be able to obtain legal representation. Because of this, Malman Law’s clients only pay for services rendered if the case wins. The client only pays if they collect compensation and the payment comes from that collection, not from the client.

The firm takes on cases large and small, guaranteeing that each case will receive equal attention, guidance and experienced personal injury representation needed to fight for the highest compensation deserved. If the firm cannot settle a claim out of court, they will bring it before a judge where their litigation team can file a personal injury lawsuit.

Malman is also the top attorney for Zantac lawsuits, which make up some of the firm’s largest cases.

On April 1, 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration requested that manufacturers withdraw all Zantac and generic Zantac OTC ranitidine drugs from the market. Traces of NDMA were found in Zantac and cited as a probable carcinogen and cancer-causing substance.

Malman Law works tirelessly, aggressively and creatively to serve with those who have been affected by these drugs. Through litigation, they aim to reimburse costs for past and future medical costs related to cancer treatments, punish Zantac and get all Zantac products to carry a warning label.

The attorneys at Malman also place special emphasis on finding peace for the victims of Zantac-caused cancer, as well as surviving family members. They reassure clients that Malman Law will stand by their side every step of the way to make sure their best interests are protected.

If affected, people can reach out to Malman Law to receive a free, no-obligation consultation with knowledgeable attorneys.

Malman also extends its mission to help people in need through community involvement. The firm has participated in events like Taste for the Homeless, A Night at the Museum, Diversity Scholarship Foundation, Sista Strut Breast Cancer Walk and Fiesta Del Sol Drivers License Expo.

Above all, Malman Law treats their community members, clients and cases with compassion, attention and respect — and believe that their relationships with clients are partnerships that deserve the highest level of service and care.

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