We serve victims of Nursing Home Abuse throughout Ohio
from offices in Akron, Cleveland, Canton and Columbus
Experienced Ohio Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
When it comes to selecting an attorney, experience, knowledge and swift action make a huge difference in order to prevail in your Ohio nursing home abuse case. At Slater & Zurz LLP, you'll find highly experienced attorneys with vast knowledge and respected reputations for taking swift action for our clients. There are many law firms in Ohio that practice nursing home abuse law. However, few have the extensive experience and the respected reputation of Slater & Zurz LLP.
Get to Know Your Team of Ohio Nursing Home Abuse Attorneys
James W. "Jim" Slater
40+ Years of Experience
Richard V. "Rick" Zurz, Jr.
30+ Years of Experience
Martin S. "Marty" Delahunty, III
24 Years of Experience
500+ Nursing Home Abuse Cases
If you have any concerns about nursing home abuse or neglect, please contact us. When you do, you will be put in touch directly with either Mr. Delahunty, Mr. Slater or Mr. Zurz. You will not be required to speak with a paralegal or a legal assistant first. Mr. Delahunty, Mr. Slater and Mr. Zurz will can look at your situation and tell you whether or not you have a case against a nursing home, or if you should pursue other options, such as filing a nursing home complaint with the state of Ohio.
Please call us at 1-800-297-9191 for a free consultation or send us a Website Message. Mr. Delahunty, Mr. Slater and Mr. Zurz know nursing home abuse law and litigation as well as anyone in Ohio. You can be confident you will be receiving the very best guidance and advice.
A Pioneer in Nursing Home Abuse Litigation Will Be On Your Side
Attorney Martin Delahunty, our lead attorney in nursing home abuse cases, has completed over 500 of these cases, and helped to pioneer the field of nursing home abuse litigation.
“I worked on my first nursing home abuse case over twelve years ago, and I was outraged at the utter lack of concern that the nursing home had for the residents, and at how widespread that attitude was. They just didn’t care. My first case involved a man who had fallen five times. On the sixth fall, he hit his head and died. My second involved a young man who had been in a motorcycle accident. The home didn’t understand how to care for his condition, and he died as well. Between those two cases, I felt a duty to represent these people.” - M. Delahunty
Call Any Day, Any Time