Bruce Plaxen Recieves 2007 Maryland Trial Lawyer "Presidents Award"
Governor Martin O'Malley was in attendance at the 2007 Maryland Trial Lawyers Association Presidents Dinner and installation of Officers. At the MTLA President's Dinner, Bruce M. Plaxen, the founder of Plaxen & Adler, P.A., a personal injury law firm in Columbia, Maryland, was awarded the 2007 President's Award "for exemplary leadership, vision and unwavering commitment as Chair of MTLA's Political Action Committee which strengthened our ability to protect our clients, address civil justice and consumer issues in the legislature and prevent the erosion of injured peoples rights." Plaxen, spends countless hours in Annapolis, on a completely voluntary basis, advocating for consumer rights.
Bruce Plaxen, a former President of the Maryland Trial Lawyers Association, also received a Distinguished Alumnus Award from the Nelson A. Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy from the State University of New York at Albany for his pro bono efforts assisting the families of victims of 9/11 throughout New York, Maryland and Virginia.
Bruce Plaxen is also the recipient of the Wiedemann Wysocki Citation of Excellence given by the American Association for Justice (formerly The Association of Trial Lawyers of America) for his efforts on behalf of civil justice throughtout the United States.
Plaxen & Adler, founded in 1985, remains committed to assisting those injured as the result of negligence.