Attorney Jason Sayre of the Akron law firm of Slater & Zurz LLP is no stranger to serving our country and the needs of the local community. As a law student at the University of Akron, Mr. Sayre devoted breaks to helping others, including rebuilding homes for victims of Hurricane Katrina. As an officer in the United States Army, Captain Sayre fought for our country overseas during the Iraq War. As an Akron attorney, he dedicates himself to serving clients and making sure they are treated fairly and compensated properly under the law.
Last year as an officer in the Army reserves, Mr. Sayre took a leave of absence from his law practice to attend training with the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General Corps. Upon completion of his training, Mr. Sayre was scheduled to return to Akron and continue his practice at the law firm of Slater & Zurz LLP while serving in the Army Reserves. However, the Army has placed a delay on his return to Akron by calling him to active duty service once again.
“We are proud of Jason’s service to both the Akron community and our country”, exclaimed Jim Slater, the managing partner of Slater & Zurz LLP. “He embodies the dedication to service that is practiced at our law firm each day. We are honored to have him as an attorney in our law firm and as a citizen in our community”, he added.
Captain Sayre will be stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky during his upcoming tour of duty. He will be returning to Akron and his law practice at Slater & Zurz LLP in one year.
About Slater & Zurz
Slater & Zurz LLP is an Ohio law firm of highly experienced and respected attorneys. Over the last 40 years, the law firm has developed a reputation for getting positive results for clients. Slater & Zurz has been trusted with handling over 20,000 personal injury cases. The law firm has delivered clients more than $120,000,000 in verdicts and settlements. To contact the law firm, please call 1-800-297-9191 or visit the website at www.slaterzurz.com.
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