Mr. Sarro is a highly-regarded attorney with the law firm of Ingerman & Horwitz,... more
Mr. Sarro is a highly-regarded attorney with the law firm of Ingerman & Horwitz, located in Frederick and Hagerstown. He specializes in auto accident, workers' compensation, medical malpratice, and product/premise liability cases.
I work hard, care about my clients and am honest. I have tried hundreds of jury... more
I work hard, care about my clients and am honest. I have tried hundreds of jury trials throughout Maryland. I have worked for insurance companies and know how they evaluate and defend cases. Now, I represent only plaintiffs, the persons who have been injured or killed, and their families. --- 1977- Started first racquetball club in Maryland, The Towson Court Club, with partner Leroy Merrit... view profile
I started my practice in 1998 with one simple philosophy, to be the most prepared... more
I started my practice in 1998 with one simple philosophy, to be the most prepared attorney in the room. Over the past 16 years, I have used this to help hundreds of clients in many different practices areas. I have also litigated cases across the country as my practice has grown. I have never forgotten that the client comes first in all I do. The attorney's in my firm handle a variety of pra... view profile
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