Navigating Legal Challenges with Compassion and Expertise

“We get to know clients well; they are like extended family. We are their partners, their zealous advocates. We understand that they need to get back to work safely
October 1, 2023

Matthew Engler, Esq. and Allyson Bloom, Esq. are attorneys in BSG Law’s Frederick office and are proud to serve Frederick and other communities in Western Maryland. Their practice primarily deals with workers’ compensation and personal injury, but the firm also handles medical malpractice, social security disability, and trusts and estates cases. The 31-year-old firm started with three lawyers sharing a single telephone line in Gaithersburg and has expanded to 25 lawyers in three fully staffed offices in Gaithersburg, Frederick and Baltimore. 

They represent public safety employees, truck drivers, teachers and other injured workers but will gladly represent “anyone with a legitimate injury that needs our help,” Engler said. “We ensure that our clients receive the appropriate medical care and monetary compensation for their injuries.”

 Engler explained that the firm has a particular expertise in public safety cases. “We deal with thousands of cases on behalf of police officers, firefighters and corrections officers, but we are by no means limited to them. We also represent a wide variety of professions, including teachers and nurses,” he said. 

Engler joined the firm as an associate in 2016 and became a partner in January, while Bloom has been an associate with the firm since 2017 and just celebrated her five-year work anniversary. A Frederick resident and Maryland native, Matt graduated from The George Washington University Law School. He once prosecuted criminal cases for the State’s Attorney’s Office in Frederick, which prepared him well for his BSG position. Bloom, a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, grew up in Frederick and specializes in workers’ compensation cases for firefighters, teachers, and delivery drivers. 

Engler said, “clients who get hurt are stressed, scared to have a potentially career-limiting or career ending-injury. They’re worried about whether they can support their families at the same level.” Workers’ compensation and personal injury cases can go on for several years and as such, Engler said, “We get to know clients well; they are like extended family. We are their partners, their zealous advocates. We understand that they need to get back to work safely.”

By: Ellyn Wexler

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