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Led by M. Lawrence Lallande, Lallande Law, PLC provides dedicated, detail-oriented representation motivated by compassion for their clients and dedication to seeing that justice is truly served.

Attorney M. Lawrence Lallande is an experienced trial lawyer with a track record of multiple multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements in catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases. Mr. Lallande is an active member and leader in several trial lawyer organizations and has received numerous awards and honors for his work, including being admitted to the American Board of Trial Advocates, being a National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Trial Lawyer and a life member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, and being Certified by the American Board of Professional Liability Attorneys. Born and raised in Puerto Rico, M. Lawrence Lallande is fluent in both English and Español. For Spanish-speaking clients, it is very important that their lawyer be able to understand their stories – both the facts of what happened and the impact their injuries have had on their lives.

Attorney Karina N. Lallande has been an integral part of the firm since 2010 and became a principal of the firm in 2017. Ms. Lallande is an active member and leader in several trial lawyer organizations and has been recognized for a number of years as a Rising Star and Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyer.

Together this father- daughter litigation team delivers experience along with the ability and desire to help provide justice to people who have been harmed.

In delivering justice to clients, Lallande Law, PLC is guided by what they hold to be the two main functions of an attorney:

  • A Problem Solver – No one goes to an attorney unless they have a legal problem to be solved. Solving any problem means taking a practical approach and considering how all the details of the accident or injury add up when formulating a legal strategy.

  • A Constitutional Defender – Perhaps even more important, a lawyer is someone trained and designated by our government to ensure that the rights, freedoms and privileges guaranteed by the United States Constitution are denied to no one.

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