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Seidel, Baker & Tilghman, P.A. - Salisbury, MD

110 North Division Street Salisbury, MD 21801- 4942

Updated: 08/31/2023

Salisbury Municipal Law Firm

About Seidel, Baker & Tilghman, P.A.

Previous Law Firm Name

  • Seidel and Baker, January 1, 1991

Practice Areas

  • Municipal 30%
  • Corporate Business Organization 3%
  • Personal Injury - Defense 7%
  • Family Law 14%
  • Social Security - Disability 26%
  • Personal Injury - Plaintiff 6%
  • Elder Law 1%
  • Real Estate Title - Residential 2%
  • Wills, Estates, Trusts and Probate 9%
  • Workers' Compensation - Plaintiff 2%


  • 50%

Pro Bono Activities

  • Beth Israel Synagogue
  • The Salvation Army
  • Bayshore Services, Inc.
  • Mapleshade Youth and Family Services, Inc.

Representative Clients

  • The Security Title Guarantee Corporation of Baltimore
  • The National Indemnity Company
  • United Services Automobile Association
  • State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company
  • Selective Insurance Group
  • New York Central Mutual Fire Insurance Company
  • Alfa Vision Insurance Corporation
  • Southern States Insurance Exchange
  • Town of Vienna, Maryland
  • Phippin's Cabinetry and Custom Homes
  • Beth Israel Congregation
  • Berlin First Baptist Church
  • Tri-County Council for the Lower Eastern Shore of Maryland
  • City of Salisbury, Maryland


  • PNC Bank




  • Kristine Devine, Paralegal
  • Jaime Duhe, Secretary
  • Linda Torbert, Legal Assistant

Office Information


110 North Division Street Salisbury, MD 21801- 4942

Office Hours

Monday through Friday: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm


  • (410) 742-3117

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