Trollinger Law Joins Charles County Sheriff's Office to Help Victims of Domestic Abuse

Trollinger Law donates stuffed animals for children in Charles County

On October 19, Charles County personal injury attorney Matt Trollinger of Trollinger Law proudly participated in a donation drive benefiting Charles County children affected by domestic violence.  The Charles County Sheriff's Office and Tri-County Maryland Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma organized a donation drive during Domestic Violence Month to bring awareness and meet basic needs of our most vulnerable in the community.  Members of the Charles County community, including Trollinger Law,  brought stuffed animals to The Greene Turtle in La Plata, Maryland for children affected by violent crimes.  Hundreds of plush companions were donated at the event for children going through tough times.

Matt Trollinger and his 4 year old son, Decker Trollinger.

Trollinger Law is a Firm that Supports the Community

Trial attorney Matt Trollinger weighed in about why Trollinger Law participated in this event,

 “At Trollinger Law, we strive to be active members of our community.  Any time we can support the Charles County Sheriff’s Office while supporting the children of Charles County, it’s a no-brainer.  We are here to make a difference through our representation of people injured at work or car crashes but also as a business in the community looking for ways to give back whenever we can.”

Trollinger Law Supports Law Enforcement 

Trollinger Law is a law firm that is proud to represent Maryland police officers in their workers’ compensation and personal injury cases.  Because we give you the personal attention that you deserve, we are your preferred Maryland police officer work injury lawyer.

To find out how we can help you in your case, call us at 301-965-8500 for a free consultation. 

You can learn more about the Tri-County Maryland Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, and the great work they are doing click here.




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