Personal Injury Attorneys in Hawaii
Respected Throughout the Islands for Our Results & Integrity
At Leavitt, Yamane & Soldner, you will find a team of personal injury
lawyers in Hawaii whose passion for helping people is second to none.
Since 1971, our professionals have been committed to providing supportive
counsel and strong representation for the wrongfully injured, throughout
all of the islands. Over the years, we have handled thousands of injury
cases, and have successfully recovered millions of dollars in verdicts
and settlements on behalf of our clients. We believe in working closely
with our clients, ensuring the individuals we work with remain in constant
contact with us and receive helpful answers to any inquiries they may have.
Our promise to you: We will bring our knowledge, experience, and compassion to your case,
always giving honest appraisal of your situation and treating you with
dignity and respect.
We do everything we can with the convenience of our clients in mind, which
is why we do not charge our clients a cent unless we win or settle their
case. While we are located in the Pacific Guardian Center Complex of downtown
Honolulu, we serve all the islands and are willing to meet our clients
at our office, their office, home, or even the hospital. No matter how
complex the situation may seem, you can rely on our team to help you and
your family cope with the aftermath of the incident, and handle the legal
side of matters while you focus on moving forward.
For professional service from someone who knows Hawaii as well as you do,
look no further than our devoted legal team.
Proud Sponsors of the Walk Like MADD 5k
Our firm is honored to announce we are the lead sponsor of this year’s
Walk Like MADD 5k, which will take place on September 23, 2017 at the
Ala Moana Center. For more information on our involvement as well as the
history of this inspiring event, click
here. You can also learn more about Walk Like MADD, as well as how to play your
part to end drunk driving, by watching this informational video.