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Local Law Firm Makes Donation to Akron-Summit County Public Library

UPublish story by Tom Liebrecht

In today’s world, access to information is delivered with a quick search on the internet. As a result, the vast resources available at Akron area public libraries can easily be overlooked. However, Summit County Public Libraries still provide a wealth of free and useful information for almost any topic.

The local law firm of Slater & Zurz LLP recently made a donation to the Akron-Summit County Public Library that expands the resources available to anyone with a library card interested in learning more about Ohio laws relating to nursing home abuse and dog attacks. The attorneys at the law firm have authored two books titled "Stop Nursing Home Abuse in Ohio" and "When a Dog Bites Fight Back". Both books provide a general overview of the laws relating to nursing home abuse and dog bites in Ohio. The books also outline measures people can take if they have been victimized by either of these acts.

“We offer both these books as a courtesy to anyone looking for information on the subjects of nursing home abuse or dog attacks”, said Jim Slater, the managing partner at Slater & Zurz LLP. “People have given us a lot of positive feedback regarding the information found within the books and how it helped them find answers. It’s our hope the books benefit patrons of the Akron-Summit County Public Library for many years”, he added.

To obtain a copy of either of these books authored by Slater & Zurz LLP, please contact the law firm by calling (330) 762-0700, visit the website at or stop by the Akron-Summit County Public Library.

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