Results obtained provide the best measure of a law firm’s abilities, resources and commitment. When choosing a law firm to represent you, choose a law firm with not only a record of strong results but a law firm with a history of sensitivity to its clients’ emotional needs. Dollar amounts are but one part of a successful outcome for the Law Offices of Ian Mattoch’s clients. The support given to its clients is paramount as seen in its Continuing Commitment Program for catastrophically injured clients that extends beyond settlement. As a result of satisfied clients, the Law Offices of Ian Mattoch has received referrals from past clients and their medical providers that have kept its practice thriving for over thirty-five years.
The Law Offices of Ian Mattoch’s results are reflected in just some of its fully funded settlements, awards, and verdicts:
$12.1 million verdict for malpractice that led to a traumatic brain injury during birth;
$12.1 million for a motor vehicle accident that involved worksite and product liability claims;
$12.0 million for a motor vehicle accident;
$8.3 million for an unsafe workplace claim;
$7.5 million for a product liability claim;
$6.7 million for an unsafe workplace claim;
$4.6 million for a product liability claim;
$4 million for a medical malpractice claim;
$3 million for a surfer’s myelopathy claim;
$1.75 million for a surfer’s myelopathy claim;
$1.5 million for a premise liability claim;
$1.25 million for a surfer’s myelopathy claim;
$1 million for a zipline injury claim;
scores of resolutions between $1.0 million and $4.0 million;
hundreds of resolutions of $100,000 and above.
WOULD YOU RECOMMEND THE LAW OFFICES OF IAN MATTOCH?
In a client survey, the Law Offices of Ian Mattoch’s results indicated high marks in client satisfaction regarding case resolution and with services provided. 96% of the respondents indicated that they would recommend our law firm to an injured friend or family member. Further, 99% of the respondents indicated that they felt that the firm’s staff conducted themselves professionally, courteously, and with a sense of aloha.