Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 17, 2013
Atlanta attorney Randy Scott Slater was recently recognized as one of the top attorneys in the state by Georgia Trend Magazine. Inclusion is based entirely on attorney voting, which makes this recognition particularly significant within and outside the legal community.
Slater has provided quality legal representation to individuals and families in Georgia for over 35 years, and practices from the firm’s Midtown Atlanta office. Slater took the opportunity to talk about how his firm has been able to produce successful results for clients for more than three decades. “When a client hires our law firm, they become part of our family,” said Slater. “We represent them in the same way we would represent a brother, sister, or parent, because we realize how important a successful outcome in that legal matter is to them.”
In addition to his own experience, Slater has the benefit of a strong team member in personal injury attorney Michael S. Wilensky, a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law. Wilensky was not surprised by Slater’s selection as one of the state’s top lawyers. “Randy has an incredible knowledge of the law that applies to accident and criminal cases in Georgia,” said Wilensky. “But what’s equally as important is his ability to work with each party in a legal matter to achieve a resolution in a manner that the opposing side will find acceptable and is beneficial for his clients. That’s what separates the good attorneys from the very best ones.”
About Slater & Wilensky, LLC: The attorneys at S & W bring over 100 years of combined experience to each client’s case. With offices in Atlanta, Miami, and Los Angeles, the firm has earned a reputation for providing quality legal representation in personal injury and criminal defense matters. Cases involving vehicle accidents, workers’ compensation, slip and fall, medical malpractice, and product liability are taken on a contingency fee basis. The firm also provides effective counsel for individuals facing serious felony and misdemeanor charges.