No one should be deprived of their basic human and civil rights. The Saber Firm helps American citizens who have had their civil rights violated unlawfully, whether it be by law enforcement or other actors.
With The Saber Firm, you will get zealous representation that assists you and your child in navigating the complex educational system and helps to secure the most preferable outcomes possible.
Injuries caused intentionally or unintentionally can significantly impact your life and day-to-day activities. Sometimes, these injuries can even lead to permanent disability or death. You need a lawyer who can help!
If you've lost a loved one due to negligence, improper or malicious conduct by another person, The Saber Firm will help you receive proper compensation that will assist you.
is focused on giving the best legal services in an effort to advance the best interest of the client. The Firm is dedicated to providing smart strategies and approaches in each of our clients' cases.
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ABOUT TAALIB SABER
Principal Attorney & Founder
Attorney Taalib Saber is a native of Temple Hills Maryland, a town located in Prince George's County less than 2 miles from Washington, D.C.
Before opening The Saber Firm, LLC., Taalib worked as "of counsel" at criminal defense, civil rights, and personal injury law firms in Baltimore and Greenbelt. Saber assisted with and represented clients in cases involving (but not limited to): serious felonies and misdemeanor offenses, denial of rights to health care services while imprisoned, and automobile accidents.
Taalib often hosts community "Know Your Rights" sessions on how to interact and engage with law enforcement officials.
He is very active within economically depressed neighborhoods, organizing the people for political and economic power through programs that build political and legal consciousness, agricultural skills, and financial literacy.
Saber graduated from Morgan State University with his bachelor's degree in political science. After interning for Maryland State delegates and senators, he decided to attend law school.
He then graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2015 with a focus on civil rights and constitutional law.