JOE ROMBRO, ESQ.
Born and raised in Baltimore County, Joe Rombro attended Towson University and graduated with honors. After graduation he spent two years as an elementary school teacher in New York City, before returning home to attend law school at the University of Maryland.
While in law school, Joe completed internships at the Office of the Public Defender, the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office, and the Criminal Appeals division of the Maryland Attorney General’s Office. Beginning in his third year of law school, Joe took night classes and worked during the day as a law clerk in the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office.
Joe was admitted to the Maryland Bar in 2013 and soon promoted to the position of Assistant State’s Attorney within the Baltimore County State’s Attorney’s Office. In this role, Joe prosecuted thousands of cases in both jury and bench trials, including drug cases, assaults, DUI and DWI, thefts, and incarcerable traffic cases.
He joined Zirkin & Schmerling Law in 2015. He primarily handles automobile, truck and motorcycle accident cases, as well as other personal injury claims. Joe brings with him the knowledge and tools acquired as a prosecutor to fight for his clients every day. Clients know Joe as an aggressive advocate, who works hard to obtain the best results in every case. He has handled thousands of automobile, motorcycle, and truck accident cases in courts throughout the state.
If you feel like you need some legal help, contact our attorneys to schedule a free case evaluation today.
Joe is an active member of his community, serving on the board of his synagogue and coaching area youth sports programs. He is active in the Associated Jewish Charities and is proud of his work as a coach and youth mentor in the Baltimore region. Additionally, Joe is a member of FIDF (Friends of the Israeli Defense Forces). Joe is a member of the Maryland State Bar Association, the Baltimore County Bar Association, and the Maryland Association for Justice.
Joe lives with his wife in Baltimore County and is an avid soccer and softball player.
If you have a new criminal case or drunk driving charge that you would like Joe to review, you can contact him here. You can also contact Joe Rombro directly on his personal email address at JR@ZandSLaw.com, or call him in the law office at 410-356-4455.
If an at-fault driver leaves the scene of an accident without providing his or her name, their license number and other crucial […]Read More
Anyone who has ever witnessed a truck accident knows how overwhelming and chaotic the immediate aftermath can be, especially for anyone involved […]Read More
Hopefully, you will never wonder “What to do if I am in a motorcycle accident in Maryland?” Motorcycle accidents are uniquely dangerous, […]Read More
Most people are anxious to figure out how they will pay for their emergency room bills, car repairs, or down payments to […]Read More
A hit-and-run accident is one of the worst things that can happen to you on the road. It is equal parts frightening […]Read More
If a car accident recently left you with traumas or injuries, you may be entitled to compensation. But what if your car […]Read More