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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 do… Read More
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Fighting for the Injured in Anne Arundel County

Matt Trollinger and Trollinger Law fight for the rights of injured workers and car accident victims throughout Maryland.  Here are some highlights from our recent work in Anne Arundel County. Trollinger Law Continues to Help Injured Police Officers… Read More
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Trollinger works in Annapolis to fight for Maryland correctional officers

On Tuesday, February 13th, attorney Matt Trollinger of Trollinger Law, joined plaintiffs attorneys across the state that to lobby on behalf of Maryland correctional officers’.  Trollinger was part of a team that requested enhanced benefits und… Read More
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Happy Veterans Day

Trollinger Law wishes all current and former military a Happy Veterans Day!  Thank you to all of you who have put our country before your own goals and families.  Also, thank you to the spouses and family members that support our brave servicemen a… Read More
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Trollinger Law Participates in Wills for Heroes with the Charles County Sheriff's Office

The Maryland State Bar Association, through the Young Lawyers Section, with the Wills for Heroes Foundation, on September 30, 2017, sponsored free wills, advance directives and powers of attorneys for first responders including police officers, firef… Read More
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National Night Out in Charles County 2017

On the first Tuesday of August every summer, communities across the country throw a block party with one purpose-to foster relationships with law enforcement, firefighters and first responders. What is National Night Out? From the National Night Out… Read More
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