President & Senior Partner
As a Washington DC personal injury attorney, Patrick M. Regan focuses on
handling some of the most complex personal injury cases, such as those
involving catastrophic injuries, product liability, and medical malpractice.
Called a “personal injury lawyer who could be a poster boy for legal
ethics and integrity” by
Washingtonian Magazine, he is board certified in Civil Trial Advocacy by the National Board of
Trial Advocacy. Throughout his extensive legal career, he has recovered
verdicts and settlements valued at more than $1 million. He truly cares
about assisting innocent individuals who have been injured by negligence.
Attorney Patrick Regan’s commitment to pursuing legal excellence
has not gone unnoticed. He has been lauded as one of the “Top Ten
Power Lawyers” in Washington and is repeatedly included among the
“Best Lawyers in America” by
Best Lawyers and the
National Law Journal. He was also awarded the “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award
by the Trial Lawyers Association. He has been featured on various local
and national media outlets such as The Today Show, Fox News, WTTG, CBS
News, WJLA, and WRC.
With more than three decades of civil trial experience, Attorney Patrick
Regan’s work has resulted in precedent-setting appellate decisions,
including the establishment of dram shop liability in restaurants regarding
serving alcohol to minors. He is a member of the International Academy
of Trial Lawyers and the American College of Trial Lawyers. He is licensed
to practice in DC, Virginia, and Maryland. In his free time, he donates
his resources and time to various charitable organizations in the community.
To discuss your personal injury case with Attorney Patrick Regan, contact us today.
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- Catholic University of America, J.D. – 1980
- Hamilton College, B.A. – 1977
Professional Associations & Memberships
- American Board of Trial Advocates
- American Association for Justice
- American Board of Trial Advocates, DC Chapter