Bethesda, Maryland

Bethesda is the home of the National Institutes of Health, the world's largest biomedical research organization. Suburban Hospital, now affiliated with Johns Hopkins Hospital, also is located in Bethesda. The city's population of 55,000 residents includes many with advanced degrees. Bethesda ranks high on perennial lists of the most desirable cities to live in the United States. You can read more about Bethesda on Wikipedia.

The firm of Patrick Malone & Associates frequently represents Bethesda residents in the state and federal courts of Maryland - typically in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Rockville, Maryland and the United States District Court in Greenbelt, Maryland. We have successfully prosecuted medical malpractice lawsuits for Bethesda residents in both of these courts. We also represent victims of other types of catastrophic and serious personal injuries.

Driving Directions to Patrick Malone & Associates:

Our office is on 16th Street NW one building north of the intersection of 16th and L. This is four blocks north of the White House, and next door to the old Russian Embassy. Our building, 1111 16th St. NW, says “American Association of University Women” above the main door.

Get to downtown Washington by any of the major feeder roads.

Coming from the WEST: You should go east on L street (one-way eastbound), then turn LEFT on 16th, and our building will be immediately on your right.

Coming from the EAST: (from Baltimore, Howard County, and Prince George’s County): Go west on M street (one-way westbound), then turn LEFT on 16th. Our building will be on your left just before the intersection with L Street.

Coming from the SOUTH: (Virginia, over the 14th Street bridge): Go north on 14th St. NW, turn LEFT on I (eye) St. NW, then RIGHT on 16th, and two blocks north, just past the intersection with L street. Our building will be on your right.

Coming from the NORTH: (from NW D.C. and from Montgomery County): Come down Connecticut Avenue. At Dupont Circle, come around ¾ of the circle to Massachusetts Avenue eastbound. Go RIGHT on 16th Street. Our building will be on your left just before the intersection with L Street.

Directions by subway:

Take the Red Line to Farragut North. Exit at one of the L Street exits. Walk due east two blocks along L street to intersection of 16th and L, and you will see our building ahead of you on the northeast side of 16th and L.

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