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Debt Relief Agency - Regaining control and getting your life back on track is a priority for our team. Strott Law is committed to helping you navigate The United State Bankruptcy Code.
Our law office is here to help injured clients recover compensation for their losses as a result of car accidents, motorcycle accidents and other accidents resulting in personal injury.
You and your family are entitled to a settlement if you or a family member have been the victim of unnecessary pain or negligence at the hands of a medical professional.
If you have been injured or have become ill at a work-related activity we are prepared to assist you in obtaining coverage for your worker’s compensation claims.
From misdemeanors to serious felony charges we will represent all types of criminal cases.
Our clients are ensured of a favorable standing after separation or divorce; protecting their financial assets, children, and relationships.
George G. Strott Jr.
Attorney at Law
Mr. Strott is the founder of the Law Firm of George G. Strott, Jr. PA. His practice focuses on a wide range of legal services including, Personal Injury, Malpractice, Criminal Defense, Bankruptcy and Family Law. The Law Firm of George G. Strott, Jr. located in Salisbury, MD was established in 1978. Prior to moving to Salisbury, the principal, George G. Strott, Jr., practiced in Easton, MD with the firm of Goldsborough, Franch and Collett. Attended United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. Graduated from the University of MD & attended and graduated from The University of Baltimore Law School.
Following his move to Salisbury, he served as assistant State's Attorney for Wicomico County for 13 years.
He gained valuable knowledge and experience of the court system which continues to benefit his clients in his private practice. In 1985, Mr. Strott sat for the Delaware Bar exam. Following passing of the exam, he became one of the first attorneys to practice in MD & DE.
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