Lambert Zainey has the tools and the talent to successfully represent our clients in a wide range of civil litigation. Founded in 1977, the firm consistently places the highest priority on communication with its clients. We treat every party in every case like they are part of our extended family. We take each matter and each claim seriously, and pursue them with the full force of our resources and litigation experience behind us.
Lambert Zainey has a thirty-plus year history of professional excellence and trial experience. Since its inception, our firm has tried or settled numerous multi-million dollar cases. Our attorneys and staff have varied backgrounds, which combine to enable us to effectively investigate and resolve a wide range of complex cases.
Furthermore, Lambert Zainey possesses the tools and resources to pursue even the most involved and complicated litigation. Our firm maintains a traditional law library, as well as state-of-the-art computerized legal research programs and applications. Hugh Lambert’s degree in engineering and his extensive aviation training are rare for a trial lawyer, and give the firm specialized knowledge that has been proven helpful in securing successful results for our clients. As a result, many of the firm’s cases are referrals from other law firms, including some of the most highly respected law firms in the world, because of the firm’s expertise in technical litigation.
Our firm often creates sophisticated dynamic computer generated evidence to reconstruct incidents and to help the judge and jury understand complex issues, which help our firm prove the cause and magnitude of losses sustained by our clients.
Lambert Zainey provides a wide range of legal advocacy from individual maritime and automobile claims to complex multi-district litigation. Lambert Zainey has a unique advantage due to its attorneys’ education and experience in technical and scientific areas such as physics and engineering. In fact, we are often brought into a case by other law firms to assist with experts, science, and technical jargon associated with proving complicated scientific facts.