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Protecting Your Rights Leveling the Playing Field

“Fighting for your rights every step of the way with integrity and a passion for justice.”

Bowie & Crofton Based Lawyers

Serving All Maryland Counties

The Skipper Law, LLC firm is a civil litigation firm that works diligently to protect its clients' rights by leveling the legal playing field. Justice is rarely served when one side to a dispute has an attorney, while the other does not. At Skipper Law, LLC, we want the opportunity to earn your trust, no matter what type of legal issue you are facing.

Skipper Law has substantial experience achieving favorable settlements and case resolutions in the following areas of practice:

Call us today at (410) 919-2121 to discuss your case. At Skipper Law, LLC, leveling the playing field isn’t a slogan. It’s what we do.

Personal Injury Successes

While Skipper Law makes every effort to reasonably resolve disputes without the need for litigation, the firm has the courtroom experience necessary to protect your rights when push comes to shove. Skipper Law's attorneys are admitted to practice law and have litigated cases in:

  • Maryland state courts (District and Circuit courts)
  • Maryland appellate courts (Court of Special Appeals and Court of Appeals)
  • United States District Court for the District of Maryland
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit

Because Skipper Law has substantial litigation experience, those on the other side of your dispute will understand that you have the experience and skill necessary to assert your rights in court, should that be necessary.

    • Anonymous Estate and Family v. Multiple Defendants $1,900,000

      Recovery for family of wrongful death victim.

    • Anonymous v. BJ and Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. $875,000

      Substantial recovery for victim of another’s negligent driving that necessitated surgery.

    • Anonymous Family v. Defendant Driver $850,000

      Near policy limits recovery was paid to the family of a young woman wrongfully killed by a negligent driver.

    • Anonymous v. Building Owner $775,000

      Substantial recovery for the victim of a slip-and-fall accident who suffered a traumatic brain injury.

    • Anonymous v. PM and Insurance Company $250,000

      Policy limits paid to a man who lost mobility due to the negligence of another.

    • G.M. v. P.M. $250,000

      A husband was struck by his estranged wife with the couple’s pickup truck when the wife, who was backing out of the drive, suddenly drove forward, crushing Ms. Skipper’s client’s leg between the truck and a parked vehicle. The insurance carrier did not extend coverage until the client was represented by Mr. Skipper, who advocated that the wife’s “Alford plea” in the criminal case was not an admission of guilt and could not be used in the civil claim for personal injuries.

    • Anonymous v. Defendant Trucking Company $175,000

      Recovery for victim struck by a large truck that failed to stop at a red light.

    • Anonymous v. Defendant Driver and Nationwide Insurance Co. $112,000

      Six-figure recovery for victim of a multiple roll-over accident that claimed less than $20,000 in medical expenses.

    • Anonymous v. Defendant Homeowner $100,000

      Sizable recovery for a minor attacked by a dog, causing injuries which required multiple stitches.

    • KB v. Defendant Driver $100,000

      Policy limits tender for client with limited medical expenses, but suffered permanent injuries in her hands and wrists as a result of the accident.


    Homeowners Association and Condominium Successes

    One of the focuses of our practice is the representation of homeowners in disputes with their HOAs or condominiums. The firm has recovered millions of dollars from community associations, property managers and their insurers on behalf of our clients. To the best of our knowledge, Skipper Law has represented more homeowners against their condos and HOAs than any other firm in Maryland. One of the central disputes relates to homeowners’ property rights and the associations’ accountability as fiduciaries entrusted with the community’s resources.

    At Skipper Law, we are very proud of our results in our condo/HOA cases. We believe we are the premier homeowner representation firm in Maryland, and we take pride in being the best. Call us today to discuss your condo/HOA case.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Strong v. Pleasant Prospect Homeowners’ Association, Inc.

      Successfully challenged an HOA’s adoption of an illegal rule requiring our clients to purchase and install a $500 mailbox. After a multi-day bench trial, the Court ruled that the requirement was null and void. Our client’s important victory resolved the matter for the entire community and received national press attention, including stories on the case in The Washington Post, Realtor.com and Reader’s Digest.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Anonymous v. Anonymous

      Mr. Skipper resolved claims on behalf of his client surrounding allegedly illegal debt collection and violations of the Fair Housing Act. The case, in the Circuit Court of Anne Arundel County, was resolved with Mr. Skipper’s client receiving $150,000.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Herauf v. The Elmont Condominium

      Successfully represented Baltimore City condominium owner in a two-day trial where the condominium failed to promptly restore and repair the unit after a structural issue rendered the unit uninhabitable. In addition to a judgment in our client’s favor, we obtained additional settlement proceeds stemming from allegations of illegal debt collection post-trial, the total recovery exceeding $60,000.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Pierce v. Maryland Mutual No. Eight, Inc.

      Successfully represented a former condominium board president in Montgomery County challenging his improper removal from the board of directors. After a multi-day hearing, the Montgomery County CCOC ruled in our client’s favor, determining he was improperly removed without cause, thereby reinstating him.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Gilchrist v. Parkway Condominium

      Successfully represented Prince George’s County condominium unit owners challenging an improper election. The Circuit Court granted our clients’ request for a temporary restraining order (TRO), invalidating the election and appointing an independent Trustee to oversee a subsequent election.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium DM v. Anonymous Condominium

      Successfully resolved a case brought by a Prince George’s County tenant in a matter where the condominium regime shut off her water due to her landlord’s failure to pay condominium assessments. A TRO was entered, our client’s water service was restored and the matter resolved favorably for our client.

    • Homeowners Association / Condominium Davy v. Fox Chase Townhouse Association, Inc.

      Successfully represented a homeowner challenging her HOA’s right to place a lien for improperly accelerated assessments and attorneys’ fees. After a trial in the Circuit Court in Annapolis, the Court found that the HOA was not entitled to the lien and awarded a majority of our client’s claimed attorneys’ fees. The HOA appealed, the parties argued the matter before the Court of Special Appeals in Annapolis. The matter finally resolved on confidential terms after our client won both at trial and on appeal.


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    • Proven Record of Success
    • Ability to Deliver Real Solutions
    • Experienced Trial Lawyers You Can Trust
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