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Our Baltimore law offices are proud to represent all citizens of Maryland – but we have to admit to a certain fondness for Baltimoreans and Orioles fans. Having invested our lives and raised our families in Baltimore, we know that it truly is “The Greatest City in America”.

Despite our Greatness as a community, injuries and accidents still occur and are made more tragic by insurance companies and systems who COULDN’T CARE LESS about the injured person and their family. Our pursuit of justice in the face of adversity is a value that has always made Baltimore great. Baltimore injury lawyer Steve Heisler is FED UP with insurance companies that treat injured people like DIRT. Steve’s been a fighter his entire life. A wrestler who developed back problems, Steve took up boxing and developed into a Golden Gloves fighter.

When you have a legal problem, you want someone you have confidence in and can trust. You also want someone who likes people and is the kind of person you would like to have as a friend. You’ll find that Steve Heisler, “The Injury Lawyer,” is not arrogant or stuffy.

He is easy to talk to and will do his level best to help you get to the bottom of your legal problem so that you can get on with the rest of your life.

Attorney Steve Heisler

baltimore-orioles-fanSteve Heisler decided in 1996 that he was going to focus his law practice exclusively on injury cases. Since then, he has been representing injured people against insurance companies, disreputable medical practitioners and Big Pharma, and doing it with compassion, honesty and level-headed rationality.

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The attorney for a Mercy High School student spoke to 11 News about the claims his client is making against a former coach at the school. The girl’s family attorney says he’s worried there may be more victims.

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