“Knowing that my clients have put their trust in me during some of the most difficult times in their lives is what drives me as a litigator.”
I began practicing medical malpractice law shortly after completing law school in 2010. Since that time, I’ve tried numerous cases in courtrooms all over the state of Michigan. I have experience handling malpractice cases of varied issues including unrecognized surgical injuries, delays in the diagnosis of various medical conditions, ectopic pregnancies, birth trauma and IV injury cases, to name a few. I also have a great deal of experience with a multitude of nursing home negligence issues, including claims of wrongful death. I am well-versed in the litigation process, as I’ve handled cases from start to finish, including through the appeal process. I pride myself on being thoroughly prepared through each step of every lawsuit.
I understand that being involved in a lawsuit is a new experience for most, so I approach each client with patience, honesty, and understanding. Every one of my clients has suffered injury, and the fact that they have entrusted me to seek justice on their behalf is an honor. I consider it a privilege to get up every day and advocate for those who have been wronged. My promise, always, is to use my skills and experience to obtain the best possible outcome for my clients.
Wayne State University, B.A., summa cum laude, 2007
Wayne State University Law School, J.D., 2010
State Bar of Michigan, 2010
United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, 2018
Medical Malpractice Litigation
Personal Injury Litigation
Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2019
Carl Ziemba Memorial Scholarship for Public Service, 2010
Member: Michigan Association for Justice
In every lawyer’s life you might be lucky enough to have an associate that stands above all the rest. Fallon Yaldo is that person. Smart, tenacious, intelligent and most importantly, the best advocate for her client that anyone could ask for. The consummate professional. A true star in the legal community.
Fallon, I just wanted to privately compliment you on a job well done for your client at mediation. I think you maximized her recovery in view of the limitations imposed by the case evaluation award; you very likely prevented her from incurring case evaluation sanctions. You counseled your client wisely and compassionately and it was a privilege to be a witness to your professionalism.
During a very sensitive and personal malpractice case, I had the pleasure of Attorney Fallon Yaldo representing me. Fallon is a determined attorney that really listens to her clients. I felt that she actually cared about my case and put time into listening to every single concern I had. She then developed a plan with me while keeping me updated every step of the way.
Fallon was amazing with my case. She kept me informed with everything that was happening and the outcome was pleasing.