Our Results Speak
Our Results Speak
Over Four Decades of Experience
Slater Slater Schulman LLP is a prominent full-service law firm with over 40 years of experience representing survivors of catastrophic and traumatic events. Our nationally renowned attorneys are committed to ensuring the best results for our clients through diligent representation. We have achieved successful resolutions in some of the most challenging fields in the industry, including pharmaceutical drug and medical device mass tort product liability litigations, 9/11 World Trade Center and Child Victims Act claims.
Slater Slater Schulman LLP represents clients nationwide. Our firm’s vast experience in both routine and extraordinary cases positions to zealously represent the rights of our clients and secure the favorable results they deserve through settlement or by prevailing at trial. Our record through compassionate advocacy speaks for itself.
Should you need legal counsel, please contact our office directly at 1-800-251-6990 to speak with an attorney well-versed in the relevant area of law.
Slater Slater Schulman was founded by Joseph M. Slater, Adam P. Slater and Jonathan E. Schulman to provide excellent and caring legal representation for survivors of catastrophic and traumatic events. Their passion is to fight for the underdog and ultimately obtain justice for clients who have been wronged.
As the firm continues to grow and expand throughout the country, the partners stress the importance of treating every case, regardless of the size, as if it is the most important case within the firm.
Meet the nationally renowned attorneys of Slater Slater Schulman. We are committed to ensuring the best results for our clients through diligent representation.
A Lyft driver who requested an appeal on charges against him for assaulting a woman in his ride-share vehicle has been found guilty.
Call-A-Head Corp— a New York-based portable toilet company— agreed to pay $7.1 million in shorted overtime pay to nearly 1,300 employees represented by Partner Jonathan