About Tom | Law Office of Thomas E. Neary

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Tom Neary became a lawyer to help people.  In his 20 year career representing all types of individuals, Tom has been doing just that.  He has defended the rights of thousands of victims of car accidents, slip and falls, worker’s compensation claims and other personal injuries in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and New York.  People from all different backgrounds have appreciated the care and attention Tom gives to them as people as well as the expertise with which he handles their cases.

No one is just a number for Tom.  Each case represents a real person in need of help.

Personal injury cases and legal disputes can be extremely stressful for the person involved.  They also can be really confusing.  Tom does his best work helping the client understand the process, avoid the pitfalls and get a great result.  Tom helps people get what they need from the case.

Are you looking for an attorney who speaks plainly?  Tom will guide you through your case with straight forward explanations and and set out reasonable expectation of what is to come in your case.  Tom has the skill and experience desired in an attorney but he also cares about you as a client.

Call Tom Neary today!

(443)543-6767

Education:

B.A. Loyola University, Baltimore, Maryland

J.D. Hofstra University School of Law, Long Island, New York

 

Bar Admissions:

Admitted in 1998, New York
1999, Maryland and District of Columbia
2001, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia
2002, U.S. District Court, District of Maryland

 

 

The Law Office of Thomas E. Neary, LLC

6400 Baltimore National Pike, #197

Catonsville, Maryland 21228

(443)543-6767

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