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Mr. Crum obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the Georgetown University, Washington, D. C. in 1980 and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland in 1984.
Mr. Crum concentrates his civil litigation practice on representing individuals who have been injured in vehicle accidents including automobile, motorcycle and commercial truck and workers' compensation claimants who have been injured on the job, as well as individuals who have sustained personal injury through the fault of others arising from either premises or homeowner situations.
Arthur C. Crum, Jr. focuses his trial and litigation practice in the Frederick County, Maryland and Western Maryland region. His efforts and success in representing injured persons in automobile accidents and workers' compensation claims has led him to be recognized as an outstanding Personal Injury and Workers' Compensation attorney in a poll by fellow Frederick County attorneys published in Frederick Magazine titled "The Attorney's Attorney" for the years 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 and 2009. Arthur C. Crum, Jr. accepts referrals from other lawyers who require either local counsel or lead counsel on car accidents, workers' compensation claims or personal injury matters in the Frederick County, Maryland region. He is also an approved Mediator for Frederick County and Washington County Circuit Courts.
There is no charge for the initial consultation with Mr. Crum.
Professional Membership and Affiliations
Maryland State Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar Association
Bar Association of Frederick County
American Association for Justice - Advocate Level
Maryland Association for Justice
Mediator in Frederick and Washington Counties, Maryland
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