Stephen Price Norman is a Personal Injury Lawyer serving Delaware, Maryland, and Washington DC. Stephen is available for consultation in wrongful death and serious injury cases that result from automobile accidents, medical malpractice, motorcycle and bicycle accidents, slip-and-fall and other premises injury cases, construction accidents, and other incidents resulting from the careless, reckless, or criminal acts or omissions of others.
Stephen was recruited to join Schwartz & Schwartz as an “of counsel” or special counsel in January 2019. Stephen’s role in the firm can best be described by our Managing Partner, Ben Schwartz: “I found out Micky Mantle was my next-door neighbor, so I invited him to play ball!”
For more than two decades, Stephen Price Norman has been fighting the good fight for his clients. Steve was admitted to practice law as an attorney in Maryland in 1996, Washington D.C. in 2002, and Delaware in 2004. Steve was also admitted to practice law in California in 1996, and currently maintains an inactive license to practice law in that state. Steve handles serious injury and wrongful death cases for plaintiffs in the Mid-Atlantic area encompassing DC, MD, and DE. Stephen has broad trial experience and has successfully prosecuted all manner of serious injury cases. Whether it’s a whiplash case resulting from a rear-end car accident, or a class action in Federal Court, or a medical malpractice case resulting from a preventable birth injury, Stephen Price Norman is the man to see.
Stephen Price Norman is a former Assistant County Attorney for St. Mary’s County, Maryland, where he represented the Board of County Commissioners, the Ethics Commission, the Board of Appeals, as well as the Planning Commission. Stephen has a keen interest in real estate development and real estate law. He has founded numerous very successful businesses, including Sussex Title & Escrow, SPN Title Services, and his own very successful law firm The Norman Law Firm.
Mr. Norman is a member of the Maryland Association for Justice and the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association. He was born in Washington, DC and raised in the Rockville, MD area. Stephen graduated with honors from University of Colorado with a B.S. in Business, and went on to graduate from University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore, where he was Associate Editor of the Business Lawyer.