Michael A. Pulver
Mike Pulver graduated from the University of Maryland in 1979 with a B.S. degree. He received his Law Degree from the University of Baltimore in 1983. He was admitted to practice in the State of Maryland in 1983. He later received extensive training in trial advocacy from the National College of District Attorneys in 1985. Mike has been a member of the Phi Kappa Phi; Eta Beta Rho; and Phi Alpha Theta Honors Societies. He is presently a member of the Maryland Association for Justice and the American Association for Justice. He is also recognized by Martindale-Hubbell as an AV rated attorney.
Mike’s legal career began in 1983 as an Assistant State’s Attorney for Baltimore County where he served as felony trial team captain and then as the Chief of the Sexual Assault and Child Abuse Division from 1985 to 1990. As the head of that unit he prosecuted what are considered the most heinous and difficult cases involving the most vulnerable and innocent victims. In 1990, Mike made a made a career change opting to represent injured victims in civil cases. He began private practice with the law firm of Sandbower, Gabler and O’Shaughnessy in 1990, and became a partner in 1993. In 1994, became a principal in the law firm of Spence, Kohler, Christie and Pulver.
In 2001 he joined The Yost Legal Group. Since entering private practice in 1990, his practice has focused solely on litigation primarily on behalf of the plaintiffs in the areas of medical malpractice, lead poisoning, product liability, wrongful death, premises liability, pharmaceutical litigation and serious personal injury.
He has also devoted his time to improving the legal community by participating as an instructor in programs aimed at training new lawyers in trial advocacy and acting as a mentor to young lawyers.
He has also spent years advocating on behalf of the indigent and victims of abuse for no fee. At his very core, Mike’s focus is always on the client’s best interest.
When Mike is not working hard for his clients, he enjoys painting, cooking, and some well-deserved time at his vacation home in the Outer-Banks. He is married and has three successful adult sons.