PROUDLY SERVING CHARLES COUNTY AND SOUTHERN MARYLAND
Trollinger Law Opens Nomination for
Hometown Heroes Award
Every day, first responders throughout Maryland save lives. To celebrate their hard work and commitment, Trollinger Law is now seeking nominations for the personal injury firm’s first annual Hometown Heroes awards.
You have until January 31, 2020 to nominate your Hometown Hero. Three Hometown Heroes will be chosen to win $1,000 in awards!
“First responders provide a vital service to our communities, often at great personal risk,” says personal injury attorney Matt Trollinger, the firm’s founder. “They keep us safe and help us in times of great need. That’s the definition of a true Hometown Hero.”
Nominations are open to all first responders in Charles County and all of Southern Maryland, including:
Emergency Response Teams
Public Safety Providers
Emergency Hospital Facilities and Workers
Military Service members
Other Emergency Personnel
Make Your Hometown Hero Nomination
Anyone can nominate a first responder by completing the nomination form to recognize their Hometown Hero. Nominations will be accepted through 11/30/2019. Winners will be announced on Facebook.
“After an accident or emergency, there’s not always an opportunity for Marylanders to thank first responders for their help,” says Trollinger. “This gives us a chance to show our appreciation and that their efforts are never forgotten.”
History of Community Support
Trollinger Law has a history of supporting numerous organizations and causes throughout Charles County and its neighboring communities, with a special emphasis on law enforcement and first responders. The firm has dedicated time and money to organizations such as:
LifeStyles of Maryland
La Plata Police Department Safety Committee and Crime Watch
La Plata Police Department, Kent Avenue Cleanup and Block Party
National Night Out in Charles County
Charles County Sheriff’s Office donation drive for domestic abuse victims
Marine Corps Toys for Tots program
Wills for Heroes for Charles County, Prince George's County and Frederick County