George G Strott Attorney
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Our Services


Regaining control and getting your life back on track is a priority for our team. Strott Law, led by George G. Strott Jr., is committed to helping you navigate the United States Bankruptcy Code. As a debt relief agency, we offer comprehensive support to guide you through the complexities of bankruptcy proceedings, ensuring your journey toward 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. Whether it's a car accident, a motorcycle accident, or any other incident resulting in personal injury, our law office is dedicated to helping injured clients recover compensation for their losses.

Medical Malpractice

You and your family deserve justice if you've been the victim of unnecessary pain or negligence at the hands of a medical professional. Our experienced team provides support and resources to protect your rights and pursue fair settlements for cases involving surgical errors, misdiagnoses, or wrongful death.

Workers Compensation

Injuries or illnesses resulting from work-related activities can disrupt your life and finances. George G. Strott is prepared to assist you in obtaining coverage for your Worker's Compensation claims, ensuring you receive the support you're entitled to under the law. Additionally, we provide guidance through the appeals process if your claim has been wrongfully denied.

Criminal Defense

Facing criminal charges, whether misdemeanors or serious felonies, can have profound consequences. Our firm represents clients in a variety of criminal cases, including theft crimes, drug offenses, DUI/DWI, and violent crimes. With our expertise in criminal defense, we work tirelessly to protect your rights and achieve the best possible outcomes for your case.

Domestic Law

Navigating divorce or separation can be emotionally challenging, but our focus is on helping clients move forward successfully. We advocate for your rights and interests, ensuring a favorable standing after separation or divorce. Our comprehensive approach protects your financial assets, children, and relationships, and we also provide support for cases involving domestic violence.

George G. Strott Jr.

Attorney at Law

"You may not need a lawyer today, next month, or even next year, but if you do, remember my name."

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. George attended United States Naval Academy in Annapolis. He graduated from the University of Maryland and 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 in the court system, which continues to benefit his clients in his private practice. In 1985, Mr. Strott sat for the Delaware Bar exam. After he passed the exam, he became one of the first attorneys to practice in both Maryland and Delaware. 

George G Strott Attorney

About Our Firm

Our law firm is prepared to provide you with caring, compassionate, superior service that will meet and/or exceed your expectations. We are committed to confidentiality, professionalism, and integrity in the community we serve.

Legal problems bring trauma and chaos to an individual or to a family. Mr. Strott and his staff understand this and are there to assist the client through their particular problem.

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