Karp, Wigodsky, Norwind, Kudel & Gold, P.A., an esteemed law firm specializing in personal injury, was formed near the end of the 20th century. Originally named Karp Frosh, Brian Frosh left the firm after nearly two decades when he was elected as Maryland’s Attorney General in 2015. Most of the firm’s current partners have been working together for more than 20 years, says Managing Partner Ron Karp. The firm’s newest partner, Andrew Karp, joined the team nine years ago after graduating from American University’s Washington College of Law. As evidenced by his selection (voted by his peers) to Super Lawyers as a “Rising Star,” the younger Karp proudly continues the family tradition of client commitment.
The firm has a Tier 1 rating (the highest rating possible) by U.S. News and World Reports for Personal Injury litigation and its partners have regularly been recognized for their accomplishments in virtually all of the top peer-reviewed rating systems. Ron Karp is entering his 50th year at the bar and has had his cases covered by The Washington Post, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, NBC network news, The Today Show, People Magazine and the London Times. “I am especially proud of the fact that in many instances, I have represented the second and third generation of the same family,” he says.
In an industry where partners jump from law firm to law firm Karp, Wigodsky, Norwind, Kudel & Gold considers its rich history and stability one of the reasons it has served generations of satisfied clients
“…(the firm) considers its rich history and stability one of the reasons it has served generations of satisfied clients.”