Barros, McNamara, Malkiewicz and Taylor, P.A.
Michael J. Malkiewicz
Robert J. Taylor
J. Jay Lazzeri
David J. Bever
Edward R. McNamara*
A. Richard Barros*
        *of Counsel
Michael J. Malkiewicz - Robert J. Taylor - J. Jay Lazzeri - David J. Bever - Edward R. McNamara (of Counsel) - A. Richard Barros (of Counsel)
 


Michael J. Malkiewicz Esq.

MJM@firststatelawyers.com

Primary Practice Areas:
     Personal Injury
     Medical Malpractice
     Criminal Law




Michael J. Malkiewicz has been a member of Barros McNamara Malkiewicz & Taylor, P.A., since 1986.  He is a Vietnam veteran, honorably discharged from the United States Marine Corps in 1971.  He graduated from Delaware State University and the University of Notre Dame School of Law in South Bend, Indiana.
    Mr. Malkiewicz represents clients in the following areas of practice: (a) personal injury, where he has represented deceased and injured persons in automobile, truck, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian accidents; (b) criminal defense, where he has represented individuals and companies in felony level offenses in State and Federal courts; (c) medical malpractice-negligence-abuse, where he has represented deceased and other victims of medical malpractice-negligence; and (d) nursing home and assisted living abuse-malpractice, where he has represented deceased and other victims of nursing home and assisted living malpractice-negligence-abuse.
    Mr. Malkiewicz began his legal career working at the Delaware Department of Justice.  As a Deputy Attorney General for five years, he was assigned in the Civil Division to represent the Delaware Department of Insurance and the Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control, and in the Criminal Division he was a prosecutor.
    Mr. Malkiewicz’s current memberships in legal and community organizations include: the nation’s premiere organization for trial attorneys, the American Association for Justice, and that organization’s sections on Nursing Home Litigation, Motor Vehicle Litigation, and Professional Negligence; Delaware State Bar Association; Delaware Trial Lawyers Association; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; former President and Member of the Greater Dover Committee; Member of the Board of Directors of the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce, and its Legislative and Accreditation Committees; and former President and Member of the Colonial Rotary Club.
    Between 1981 and 1991, while practicing law, he was also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Wesley College in Dover, Delaware, where he taught environmental and administrative law classes.
    Mr. Malkiewicz is an experienced trial and administrative attorney.  He has tried numerous civil and criminal cases in all the State and Federal courts in Delaware, and has appeared before many State and local government agencies.  In addition, he has negotiated many civil and criminal cases to a conclusion that satisfied his clients, who preferred not to go through a lengthy and costly litigation or administrative process.
    Mr. Malkiewicz is supported by an experienced and dedicated legal team of paralegals, legal assistants, investigators, photographers and experts, some of whom have worked with him for over fifteen years.
    Mr. Malkiewicz does not charge a consultation fee in potential personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, nursing home or assisted living malpractice cases.  He does charge a consultation fee in criminal defense cases.

Education:
Delaware State University, B.A. 1975

University of Notre Dame School of Law, J.D. 1978

Bar Admissions:
Delaware

Pennsylvania

Federal District Court for the District of Delaware