James W. Slater is the managing partner of Ohio-based law firm Slater & Zurz. The firm, which handles personal injury and family law cases, has represented more than 20,000 clients during its 40-plus years in practice.
James Slater was born in Waterbury, Connecticut on October 5, 1943. He attended college at the University of Connecticut, graduating with honors in 1966. From there, he enrolled in the Georgetown University Law Center and received his law degree in 1969. He has been practicing law for over 40 years and has handled thousands of cases, both big and small involving the following: car accidents; motorcycle accidents; truck accidents; personal injury; brain injury; wrongful death; nursing home abuse; dog bites and animal attacks; product liability; legal malpractice; medical malpractice; corporate law; toxic / black mold; business-related problems; and commercial litigation.
James Slater is a member of the Akron Bar Association; Ohio State Bar Association; American Bar Association; Ohio Academy of Trial Lawyers; and the American Association for Justice.
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