Bankruptcy

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 that governs the bankruptcy process. We are dedicated to your financial freedom.

Personal Injury

Clients who have personal injury claims are victims who suffered physical or psychological injury directly due to another person’s negligence. 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.

Medical Malpractice

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. Our team offers experience and extensive resources to protect the rights of victims and families to recover compensation from surgical errors, misdiagnosis, or wrongful death.

Workers Compensation

Here to assist you when you are entitled to workers compensation benefits even in the absence of your employer’s negligence. 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. Our team is also here to help you maneuver through the complex process of appeals if your compensation claim has been denied.

Criminal Defense

From misdemeanors to serious felony charges we will represent all types of criminal cases. Examples of the areas we cover are theft crimes, drug crimes, DUI/DWI, violent crimes, and more. Such charges can have serious consequences and legal assistance is needed to protect your rights.

Domestic Law

Helping clients move on successfully after ending their marriage. Our clients are ensured of a favorable standing after separation or divorce; protecting their financial assets, children, and relationships. We also focus on advocating for you if you have been injured due to violence within the home.

Expungement

New law in Maryland as of Oct.1 allowing for expungement of conviction of certain crimes at least ten years old. Contact us to discuss your options.

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