About Your Attorney

About Your Attorney

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Serious Injury, Catastrophic Injury and Wrongful Death Cases Since 1979

Ralph Slater is a Life Member of the National Jesuit Honor Society. He graduated "With Praise" from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles where he served on the Board of Editors of the Loyola Law Review.

After admission to the State Bar in 1979, Mr. Slater began as an Associate Attorney for a leading personal injury firm in California. While there, he represented catastrophically injured persons in cases which he handled resulting in 7-figure settlements.

In 1984, Mr. Slater left to open his own personal injury practice, and his practice was devoted to obtaining financial security for seriously injured, and, in some cases, catastrophically injured clients, as well as family members in Wrongful Death cases.

While Mr. Slater has successfully settled more than 95% of his cases throughout his career, he will take a case to trial whenever necessary. He has obtained jury verdicts in large cases which were 5 to 22 times the final offers of insurance carriers.

Mr. Slater obtained what was once the largest settlement in California history for quadriplegia, the worst form of paralysis. It was an 8-figure settlement in a forklift accident case. He has many 7-figure settlements to his name.

Community volunteer work is important to Mr. Slater. He qualified and served for years as a volunteer Superior Court Arbitrator for Personal Injury Cases to help lighten the workload of Judges. He coached hundreds of children in AYSO Soccer and Little League for 15 years. For 10 more years, he volunteered much of his free time to helping disabled adults.

Call Ralph Slater NOW to schedule your FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION. Put his over 35 years of Personal Injury Law experience to work for you now.

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No Recovery, No Pay

Mr. Slater works on a contingency fee contract. This means the amount of attorney fees is tied to the amount of your compensation. You owe him nothing unless you win a recovery.

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