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Daniel M. Clements

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Paul H. Ethridge

Frederick, MD
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John M. “Jack” Quinn

John M. “Jack” Quinn

Frederick, MD
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Michael L. Rowan

Frederick, MD
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Scott M. Hartinger

Frederick, MD
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Frederick County, Maryland

Frederick County, Maryland is located in the western portion of the state, adjacent to the southern border of Pennsylvania and the northeastern border of Virginia. Frederick County is a part of the Washington-Baltimore Metropolitan Area. Frederick County Maryland is less than one hour from Washington, D.C. and  Baltimore, MD.

The US Census Bureau estimated the population of Frederick County at 222,938 residents in 2006. That was a stunning 14.2% increase from the year 2000.

If you’re heading to state court in Frederick, Maryland you’ll probably go to one of 3 trial courts: the Frederick County Circuit Court, which handles civil, criminal, family and juvenile cases; the Frederick County District Court, which handles traffic matters and civil cases for claims up to  $5,000, and has concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit courts in claims for amounts above $5,000 but less than $30,000; or the Frederick County Orphans’ Court,  which hears cases involving contested estates, validity of wills, and has concurrent jurisdiction with the circuit courts in the guardianships of minors and their property.

If you have a personal injury case in Maryland your claim will be heard in civil court.  This FAQs section gives you information about civil lawsuits.  If you are confused about the terms you hear while in court, you may find this list of common legal terms handy.  Once you’ve gone through a trial, you may have the right to appeal your personal injury case to the state Appeals Court in Annapolis, Maryland. 

Frederick County, created in 1748 from portions of Prince George's County and Baltimore County, has a total area of 667 square miles, making it the largest county in Maryland.  Frederick County may have been named for Frederick Calvert, 6th Baron of Baltimore. The county contains two cities: Brunswick (est. 1890), and Frederick (est. 1816), and 9 incorporated towns. The city of Frederick is the county seat of Frederick County.

Frederick County is home to the beautiful and unspoiled Catoctin Mountain Park (encompassing the presidential retreat Camp David) and to the U.S. Army's Fort Detrick.  Fort Detrick is the largest employer in Frederick County.

Frederick County Headlines

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