Lee Eidelberg

Lee Eidelberg

Levin Gann P.A.

Towson, MD


  • user-graduate Education University of Baltimore School of Law
  • Experience 38 years of experience year
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Offers Free Consultation & Video Conferencing

Practice Areas

Criminal Law
Domestic Violence
Traffic Tickets
Medical Malpractice
Personal Injury
Workers' Compensation
Criminal Law

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • District of Columbia
    District of Columbia Bar

Working hours

  • Monday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Tuesday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Wednesday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Thursday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Friday: 8:30 AM - 5 PM
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed


  • Notice: After hours weekday/weekend appointments available.

Video Conferencing

FaceTime Zoom


Lee J. Eidelberg is a former Assistant State's Attorney for Baltimore County with extensive experience in criminal and traffic court, having prosecuted many hundreds of cases during his tenure in public service, including serious felonies and misdemeanor violations. Since entering private practice more than 30 years ago, Lee has brought a unique combination of extensive trial skills, passion, and commitment to protecting his clients' rights, whether defending CDL holders charged with federal motor safety regulation violations, common motorists charged with DUI, or appearing on behalf of Maryland and out-of-state drivers charged with non-incarcerable moving violations. Lee also assertively pursues financial compensation from insurance companies for accident victims who have suffered serious bodily injuries resulting from motor vehicle collisions, work-related accidents, and medical negligence. Rated AV- Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and "Superb" and "Clients Choice" by the AVVO legal directory, Lee is also annually recognized by Baltimore Magazine as a Maryland "Super Lawyer" in the field of Plaintiff's personal injury law.

Professional Experience

  • Principal
    Levin & Gann, P.A.
    2004 - Current

Professional Associations

  • Maryland Association for Justice
    2004 - Current


  • National College of District Attorneys
    Certificate of Completion (1986) | Trial Skills - Prosecution of Criminal Offenses
    1986 - 1986


  • Top 5% plaintiffs personal injury
    Super Lawyers

Speaking Engagements

  • Trial Preparation From Start to Finish for Paralegals, Institute for Paralegal Education , Baltimore, MD
Legal Answers
  • Q. do I have to go to my preliminary trial?
    A: You were not scheduled for a preliminary trial. You were scheduling for a preliminary hearing to determine if probable cause existed to charge you with a felony, presumably 1st degree assault. The State evidently determined that insufficient evidence existed for the felony count and the formal charging document you will receive will list 2nd degree assault - which is a misdemeanor. If your attorney advised that you not attend court, it was likely for that reason, since no hearing will take place and you will receive a formal charging document or notice to attend court on a later date.
    January 14, 2022


  • Free Consultation Free 30 minute phone consultation. In person consultations by appointment only.
  • Credit Cards Accepted All major credit cards accepted.
  • Contingent Fees Personal injury and medical malpractice cases only.