Since 1996, the Law Offices of Fogam & Associates, LLC has been committed to serving the needs of clients throughout Maryland. Today, we are one of the premier law firms in the area and are known nationally for our success in various legal matters.
Our Practice Model
Our law firm in Silver Spring, Maryland has a unique practice model that combines the personalized, one-on-one relationship of a small firm with the broad expertise of a large multidisciplinary practice. We leverage our experience and extensive connections to properly screen cases and ensure that each case we handle is within our area of expertise. Therefore, we are not generalists; rather, we are “specialized strategic selectivists.”
Our Mission and Vision: A National and International Perspective
Our mission and vision are to provide the best possible representation for each of our clients, cognizant of the fact that each person or group of persons is unique and therefore, demands a unique and individualized plan of representation. Our attorneys understand that focus, diligence, discipline, and hard work are only part of the equation of a successful representation. Therefore, we also ensure that our case analysis and evaluation involve multidisciplinary, practical, and real-world perspectives.
Everything that we do is shaped by our values: Gratitude, Empathy, Integrity, Discipline, Hard Work, Trust, Loyalty, Diversity, Creativity, Service and a Passion for Perfection.
Should you require more details about our firm, contact us at 301-608-1555 / 301-252-6650.
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