Leavitt Yamane and Soldner - Honolulu, HI
Leavitt Yamane and Soldner Law Firm Overview
In Honolulu, Hawaii, the lawyers at one personal injury law firm go by their first names- Jim, John and Woody. It's the firm of Leavitt Yamane & Soldner -- Jim Leavitt, John Yamane, and Woody Soldner.
Leavitt Yamane & Soldner have been representing injured people in Honolulu for five decades. Jim, John and Woody take cases from people injured in auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, drunk driving accidents and other serious accidents that cause injuries.
Some of our clients have often suffered extreme injuries to the brain and spinal column, severe burns, and amputations. In the worst scenarios, we conduct wrongful death cases. We have represented everyone from senior tourists to small and even unborn children.
Our reputation is one of integrity and commitment to clients. Jim Leavitt was a military judge in the Marines and has a reputation as one of Hawaii's top car accident lawyers. John Yamane was a prosecutor for the city of Honolulu, and he channels that passion for protecting the rights of Hawaiians. Woody Soldner is deeply involved with Consumer Lawyers of Hawaii, and known for winning multimillion-dollar settlements.
Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner have over 70 years of combined experience helping Hawaiians. If you have been hurt in an accident, or are a victim of medical malpractice, premises liability, or a defective product, give Jim, John and Woody a call. The phone call and consultation is free with no obligation. Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner are committed to helping the people of Hawaii.
- Personal Injury
Pacific Guardian Center, Mauka Tower
737 Bishop Street
Honolulu, HI 96813-3201
877-521-7474 (Toll free)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
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