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The principals at Wang, Leonard & Condon have a tradition spanning three decades of offering clients the experience, confidence and determination so vital to obtaining real justice for an injured person today. As a law firm focused on protecting the rights of the wrongfully injured, Wang, Leonard & Condon continues to battle on the front line of personal injury law, aggressively representing accident victims whose injuries were caused by the negligence carelessness or wrong doing of another. In today's political environment, too many forces are at work protecting big businesses and the insurance companies at the expense of the basic rights of workers and the injured. Every day, it becomes harder for seriously injured people to receive full compensation: corporations and insurance companies have high-powered defense firms on retainer and their primary interest is minimizing your recovery. Level the playing field with Wang, Leonard & Condon. Whatever changes may arise in the political landscape, Wang, Leonard & Condon will continue to aggressively represent its injured clients until full restitution for their injuries is achieved.

We offer free consultations to answer all your questions about your case and discuss all litigation options. Personal injury victims are entitled to recover monetary damages for all losses and expenses sustained as a result of an accident. Damages may include recovery for any of the following:
  • Pain and suffering
  • Physical disability
  • Loss of normal life
  • Medical bills
  • Lost income including overtime wages
  • Disfigurement
  • Emotional trauma
  • Mental disability
  • Property damage
Wang, Leonard & Condon provides aggressive representation aimed at obtained maximum compensation for your injuries arising from numerous types of accidents including:
  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Electrical contact accidents
  • Elevator/escalator accidents
  • Airplane crashes
  • Defective medical devices
  • Slip and fall accidents
  • Product defect