Baltimore and Maryland Trial Lawyers

The attorneys of Shaw & Morrow are exclusively trial lawyers. Backed by an exceptional commitment to thorough preparation and aggressive representation, we strive to obtain the best possible results for our clients undergoing the rigors and anxieties of the litigation process.

Medical malpractice defense:

For more than 20 years, physicians, licensed health care providers and hospitals have turned to the professionals at Shaw & Morrow, P.A., in Hunt Valley near Baltimore, for sophisticated defense counsel in medical malpractice matters. Our lead trial lawyers have more than 70 years of combined jury trial experience. We are among the most recognized legal names in the state, serving local, regional and national clients.

In recognition of the stress and uncertainty experienced by our clients during the litigation process, our goal is to obtain the best possible resolution of disputes as promptly as possible in as cost-effective a manner as possible.

Criminal defense :

We have extensive experience in criminal defense matters. We defend teachers in multiple areas, including assault and sexual misconduct. We also defend against a wide range of criminal charges, including DUI, assault and violent crimes, drug offenses, theft, white collar offenses and sex offenses.

Medicaid/Medicare fraud :

Increasingly, medical providers are encountering issues with state and federal government regulatory agencies regarding claims for inappropriate dispensing of Medicaid and Medicare medical services and medications. The lawyers at Shaw & Morrow have defended medical providers at the investigative stage as well as in both civil litigation and criminal prosecution. We stand ready to advise and aggressively defend providers in this complex area.

Plaintiffs Nonmedical Personal Injury :

We represent individuals in personal injury insurance claims and lawsuits not related to medical negligence. We also provide effective and aggressive representation of people injured by negligence other than by medical malpractice.