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For over a decade, Jason Slate has provided compassionate and diligent legal representation to personal injury clients. During this time, he has handled hundreds of personal injury cases of all different types, from car wrecks to slip and falls, commercial trucking collisions to medical malpractice and products liability to wrongful deaths.
Mr. Slate has focused the vast majority of his career on personal injury litigation, representing clients through the often intimidating and misunderstood process of filing and prosecuting a lawsuit. Many lawyers push for an undervalued settlement to avoid the courtroom, but Mr. Slate has been litigating and trying cases to juries since the beginning of his practice to ensure all clients receive fair compensation for their injuries and the effects on their lives. Mr. Slate always works diligently to ensure that clients have a comfortable understanding of the full process, from filing the initial complaint, through conducting discovery and depositions, to advocacy in the courtroom–striving to make sure all clients have access to ask any questions they may have with their cases. While insurance companies are financially incentivized to draw out the process of resolving an injury claim, he makes it a point to explain to clients what the necessary steps are that need to be taken to obtain a just result.
Prior to joining Ali Awad Law, P.C., Mr. Slate served as litigation counsel in private practice and for other well-known metro-Atlanta area law firms. The entirety of his practice has focused on providing injured people the representation needed to get their lives back on track. Mr. Slate holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia, and a law degree from Mercer University. He is a member of several professional organizations and a life member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, whose membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements for their clients. Fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members of this organization.