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Rommel and Associates, LLC, was founded with the purpose of providing clients exceptional legal representation, and to create a better and more personal experience dealing with lawyers, the court system, and their case.

We are not afraid to take the difficult or unpopular case. Many of our most successful cases are ones which were initially rejected by other attorneys. We take pride in this statistic.

We started this firm with the goal of serving the best interests of our clients, so that they have the best experience possible in what may be difficult and uncertain times. This goal will not change.

Recent News

Memorial Day Weekend: Salisbury celebrates restored 1955 War Memorial
Memorial Day Weekend: Salisbury celebrates restored 1955 War Memorial
  • May 31, 2019

The City of Salisbury celebrated Memorial Day with a ribbon cutting for the completion of restoration efforts on the 1955 War Memorial, located at Priscilla Street and North Salisbury Boulevard. Mayor Jake Day and other Salisbury City Council members were in attendance…

Salisbury’s 3rd Friday will roll into downtown with fun for all
Salisbury’s 3rd Friday will roll into downtown with fun for all
  • May 17, 2019

The next 3rd Friday in downtown Salisbury, set for May 17, will be held outdoors, weather permitting, with artists and crafters filling the streets, live music on the Plaza and special events.  This month’s theme is Wheels, so get ready…

‘Changing the skyline’: Downtown Salisbury to be reshaped by high-rise apartment complex
‘Changing the skyline’: Downtown Salisbury to be reshaped by high-rise apartment complex
  • May 8, 2019

Salisbury developer Nick Simpson has always wanted to build skyscrapers. While his latest project falls shy of the 40 stories commonly accepted as minimum skyscraper height, the 12-story “high-rise,” as many are calling the East Main Street development, is certainly a…