Regan Zambri Long

100 YEARS OF ADVOCACY AND COUNTING Experience counts in the courtroom. When the attorney serves as a true client advocate, not a settlement machine, a successful outcome is more likely. The firm of Regan Zambri Long PLLC proves this is a winning combination. “We always prepare a case for winning at trial,” says Patrick M. Regan, firm president and senior partner. “Our opponents know we don’t focus on settling. And our clients appreciate that we serve their best interest with this approach.” “Working together, we conduct exhaustive investigations, retain highly qualified experts, and engage in aggressive discovery.”

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDANCE The firm intentionally limits its caseloads so that the entire staff can dedicate the kind of time and resources essential to one-on-one consultations with potential clients. A thorough exploration of each case means every client has access to all of the advantages of a big law firm but receives step-by-step legal guidance. Every one of the firm’s seven lawyers in this boutique practice works on cases, leveraging over 100 years of legal experience. Of particular note is the firm’s knowledge of how insurance companies operate, which guides results-driven strategies. In practical terms, this means deep expertise in serious personal injury litigation and hundreds of millions of dollars recovered for clients. That success garnered Regan Zambri Long the ranking of D.C.’s top personal injury boutique by Washingtonian magazine. Other accolades attest to the firm’s professionalism and commitment to preserving individual rights. Martindale- Hubbell has given Regan Zambri Long the highest possible rating. Individual attorneys have been included in The Best Lawyers in America and named in Super Lawyers. And, in 2016, the firm is ranked Tier 1 for plaintiffs’ medical malpractice law and personal injury litigation in Washington, D.C., by U.S. News – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms.”

CORPORATE ACCOUNTABILITY “Advocating for people who have been seriously injured as a result of the negligence of others is our mission,” Regan says. In 2016 the firm underscored this focus with a $6.5 million personal injury verdict against Sam’s Club, a wholesale store owned and operated by Wal-Mart. “Each case is unique and every client has a diverse set of challenges to cope with. But results are the same—making a difference for people in need. Our wins are essential to bringing about necessary change in the law or business practices, hopefully preventing another injury.” Regan Zambri Long tries cases throughout the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Their serious injury work includes automobile collisions, consumer fraud, defective products and medical malpractice for birth injuries and wrongful death. Handling complicated medical malpractice and product liability is the foundation of the firm’s success. Judges and other law firms frequently refer such personal injury cases to the law firm due to its extensive resources and long-term commitment.