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Mesirow & Associates, PLLC is a small firm that specializes in personal injury cases due to bicycle accidents, car accidents and pedestrian accidents as well as injuries arising from premises liability, lack of premises security and medical malpractice. We emphasize results, personal service and integrity.

John Mesirow is a highly-experienced Washington, DC personal injury lawyer who is dedicated to the practice of law and to his clients. While most cases resolve before trial, we aggressively prepare all of our cases so that, if a favorable settlement cannot be obtained, we are ready to go on the offensive from the beginning of the litigation process until its conclusion. We handle personal injury and accident cases in all areas of Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia, in both state and federal courts.

As a small firm, we're able to give your case the personal attention it deserves. John and his team of associates will handle your case from start to finish, and -- unlike many Washington, DC personal injury lawyers at large firms -- you'll never be passed off to a law clerk or a paralegal. That personalized attention is one reason why John was awarded the prestigious 'AV' rating from Martindale-Hubbell -- their highest possible rating for legal ability and ethics. John is a Washington, DC personal injury lawyer who has a 10.0/10.0 (superb) rating from, a professional review site for attorneys and doctors. Read more about what our clients have to say about their experiences. We're located in downtown Washington, DC, and would be happy to to discuss your case. Initial consultations are free. Call us at 866-463-0303.

Client Reviews
I can't say enough about these folks :) I had just moved to DC, got hit on my bicycle by a driver who was more interested in making her next appointment than my well-being. It was a rough experience- but dealing with John Mesirow and his team gave me some faith in DC humanity! Read More »
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