If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer after using the weight loss drug, Belviq, we urge you to contact our pharmaceutical liability attorneys by calling 1.800.556.5522 or by filling out the form on our Belviq lawsuit resource page.
Maryland Personal Injury Lawyer
A Tradition of Service, A History of Success
Peter Angelos, P.C. is a personal injury law firm that represents injured residents and families throughout Maryland, New York, Washington DC, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and beyond. By providing personal attention and skilled representation, our firm has built a reputation of success and has successfully recovered billions of dollars in compensation for the working men and women we represent. If you or your loved one has suffered losses at the hands of another, you can feel confident about working with attorneys who care about your case.
Serving Local Victims for More than 50 Years
We have been providing our support and legal representation to Maryland residents for more than 50 years. Our legal team is passionate about protecting the rights of victims and families and recovering the compensation they deserve. With decades of combined experience, extensive resources, and a talented team of attorneys, we are prepared to handle even the most challenging personal injury cases.
Since first founding our firm more than 50 years ago, Attorney Peter G. Angelos has demonstrated a passion for giving back to the community and its residents who have trusted him in their times of need. Learn More
When the state of Maryland was pitted against the tobacco industry in the biggest case in its history, Maryland turned to Peter G. Angelos Law to represent it. Our firm recovered $4.5 Billion dollars, one of the largest settlements achieved. Learn More
Peter Angelos Law P.C. is proud to sponsor the Maryland Food Bank’s Lawyers’ Campaign Against Hunger.
By bringing dedicated attorneys together to combat food insecurity, the campaign has raised more than $5.4 million since it's inception in 1987. This money directly supports Maryland households struggling with food insecurity and hunger.