Law Offices of Peter G Angelos


The Law Offices of Peter Angelos is one of the premier litigation firms in the country and has recovered billions of dollars in compensation on behalf of injured victims and families. Committed to clients and dedicated to the community the firm’s lawyers are relentless, principled, and experienced trial attorneys committed to obtaining justice for clients and improving our community. Message us to let us know if you would like to be contacted by the Law Offices of Peter Angelos for a free case evaluation. About Peter Angelos The name of Peter Angelos has long been synonymous with service - and success. As an attorney for more than 50 years, he has devoted his professional life to representing those who have suffered from exposure to harmful asbestos fibers, defective products, medical malpractice, and personal injury. Peter Angelos is a passionate advocate and a tireless champion for Baltimore, his hometown. Peter Angelos was chosen by the state of Maryland after a national bid process to conduct what became the State's successful lawsuit to recover billions of dollars for Maryland from the tobacco industry. He made history again when he became one of the first to move against the industry that, for decades, manufactured and marketed paints containing toxic lead pigments that have caused, and continue to cause, poisoning in children throughout the US. He took on this challenge with the express goal of compelling these large corporations to pay for the abatement of lead paint in residential housing in Maryland and the rest of the country. The Baltimore Urban League presented him with its Whitney Young, Jr. Memorial Award for his commitment to furthering the quality of life for the Citizens of Greater Baltimore. He has also been honored by the NAACP, the Associated Black Charities of Maryland, and the Johns Hopkins Allen L. Berman University Real Estate Institute. In 1998, The Baltimore Sun named Peter Angelos as its man of the year.

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