Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) February 12, 2013
Attorney Adam M. Smallow was recently featured in an article published by the Baltimore Business Journal, the article was titled, “Harford County businesses woo growing Latino population.”
The article discussed how Baltimore lawyer Adam Smallow spoke some Spanish, and once word got out his Latino clientele base exploded over the following year. It discussed how Smallow, a traffic ticket defense attorney had been practicing downtown out of 10 E. Chase Street for the better part of the past three years. However, last December he began bouncing back and forth between his Baltimore office and his second branch located at 1969-E Pulaski Highway in Edgewood. The reason for the going back and forth is that many of his Latino clients come from Harford County, and he seized the opportunity to reach new clients by opening a second office location nearby. “I think it’s a great move because there’s this tremendous Hispanic and Latino population,” said Smallow.
The opening of Smallow’s second location is an indicator that changes are in the works for Harford County, which is where more and more businesses are embracing the region’s growing Latino population. Some local businesses are moving into Harford County to cater to the Latino population, while others are making changes to accommodate their Spanish speaking clientele. Executive Director Melynda Velez for LASOS Inc. (Linking All So Others Succeed) said, “People who have been in business for a while have begun to change their focus. They’re embracing them and they’re bringing a way to help them with integration.”
Adam M. Smallow is the founding attorney at the Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow, where he practices traffic defense. His firm’s main address is located in Baltimore, Maryland, but with the explosion in his Latino client base, he has recently opened a second office in Edgewood so he can better serve his Edgewood clients.
The Law Offices of Adam M. Smallow handles a broad range of traffic matters including: traffic ticket defense, commercial driver’s license issues, DWI/DUI, mandatory infractions, MVA hearings, speeding tickets, red light tickets and toll violations. The firm also assists clients who were caught driving on a suspended or revoked license or leaving the scene of an accident and who are in need of driver’s license restoration.
Attorney Adam M. Smallow earned his bachelor’s degree from George Washington University, and his juris doctorate (law degree) from Rutgers School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in Washington D.C., Maryland, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. His practice focuses on traffic defense in the state of Maryland, which includes DWI, moving violations, hit and run, driving without insurance and much more. Choosing the right attorney can have a tremendous impact on one’s administrative and sometimes criminal penalties; therefore, hiring someone with extensive experience in traffic defense such as Mr. Smallow can impact the entire course of your case. The firm offers affordable rates and is willing to go all the way to help you achieve a desirable case result; contact the firm today by calling (410) 994-7498 or visit the firm’s website online at http://www.balt-law.com.