Address 275 Battery Street
Suite 1600
San Francisco, CA 94111

Phone 415.288.9800
Fax 415.288.9801
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Practice Areas

Medical Malpractice Defense

Medical Device and Product Liability Litigation

General Civil Litigation

Employment Litigation

Insurance Law

Recreational Vehicle Park Law

Alternative Dispute Resolution


University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, J.D.

University of California Berkeley, B.A.

Bar Admissions

California 1986
Northern District of Ca 1986
Central District of Ca 1986
Eastern District of Ca 1986
Ninth Circuit 1986

Mr. Mallon has 30 years experience as a civil litigation attorney, successfully trying, arbitrating and mediating cases in many substantive legal areas. His practice focuses primarily on defending individuals and corporations in personal injury, products liability and premises liability litigation. Mr. Mallon represents private, insured and self-insured clients with an emphasis on large exposure cases involving catastrophic injury and wrongful death. He also represents insurance companies in the defense of bad faith lawsuits, and automobile insurers involved in uninsured motorist and underinsured motorist arbitration proceedings.

Mr. Mallon also litigates commercial and employment disputes, provides general counsel to recreational vehicle parks and represents them in compliance matters and litigation.

Mr. Mallon currently serves as a Settlement Conference Officer and Arbitrator for the San Francisco Superior Court, and as a neutral in private arbitrations and mediations. He previously served as an Arbitrator for the Santa Clara Superior Court and the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Trial Experience

Jane Doe v. American Intl. Ins. Co. of Ca. (AIG), San Jose, California, 2011. (Underinsured Motorist Arbitration) Alleged trigeminal nerve injury resulting in permanent facial numbness from rear-end automobile accident. The Arbitrator found in favor of Mr. Mallon's insurer client.

John Doe v. 21st Century Insurance, Sacramento, California, 2010. (Uninsured Motorist Arbitration). Shoulder dislocation requiring future surgery alleged from hit and run motor vehicle accident. The Arbitrator rejected the injury claim and entered an award in favor of Mr. Mallon's insurer client.

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